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Strategically Negotiate Your Employment Contract

Legal Eagles

While job prospects during the pandemic might make you inclined to accept the first offer you receive, it’s still reasonable to negotiate your employment contract if you do so strategically. Knowing how to negotiate your employment offer and contract is something that requires preparation, the same way that you prepare for an interview.

There’s Still Hope

Local Organization Helps Charlotte’s Homeless Population During Pandemic

After a Charlotte, N.C. hotel shut down in May, some members of the LGBTQ community were left with limited options. The hotel has been in a legal battle with residents over the evictions since April. Deshon Medley, who identifies as gay, was one of those people facing homelessness.

Biden Pledges Support to LGBTQ Community

A Q&A with Former Vice President and Democratic Candidate for President Joe Biden

This Q and A with former Vice President and now Democratic Candidate for President Joe Biden starts out with a meeting in 2012 when a group of us met in the Vice President’s office in the White House to find a way to fund an LGBTQ senior affordable living facility.  That building is the John C. Anderson LGBT-Friendly Apartments, a hallmark of Philadelphia’s LGBTQ community. We start there.

LGBTQ LAW AND PRACTICE IN NORTH CAROLINA

Speakers will address relevant federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and policies impacting employment, healthcare, education and more. A panel of local attorneys will discuss what is happening in their organizations and share perspectives on how to be effective and educated advocates for clients.

Starting a Business During a Pandemic

Legal Eagles: Might Not Be as Crazy as It Sounds

If you’ve thought about starting a business but never had the time, or found other excuses to keep you from taking the initial leap, consider this (now) to be a sign to go for it, even during the pandemic.

More Anti-Discrimination Protections Possible After Bostock

Beyond the Carolinas

A new report by the Williams Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law finds that millions of LGBTQ individuals could gain additional non-discrimination protections if courts interpret state laws consistent with the Supreme Court’s ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County.

Transgender woman appeals to America’s employers

Beyond the Carolinas

Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, in partnership with the American Civil Liberties Union, released an open letter to America’s employers written by Aimee Stephens, the transgender woman who was fired because of her identity and whose case is now pending before the Supreme Court.