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Corporations faced a reckoning amid the national conversation about sexual harassment. There were no shortage of discrimination cases confronting alleged biases over gender, age and gay workers. Agencies finally began to fill up with new business-friendly leaders certain to change the landscape. It’s been a busy year and we did our best to keep up with what’s happening in the courts, the regulatory environment and in boardrooms. Here’s a roundup of some of our most-read stories about labor and employment this year. Thanks for reading. —Erin


Ari Wilkenfeld

Matt Lauer’s Accuser Has a Veteran Washington Civil Rights Lawyer on Her Side

Meet Ari Wilkenfeld, the longtime civil rights and employment lawyer in Washington who is representing the woman who brought sexual misconduct claims this week against NBC “Today” show host Matt Lauer. [Read more]


Can An Employer Fire A White Supremacist?

Employment attorneys said the naming of the white nationalist protesters expose difficult legal questions about what kinds of views and speech are protected and whether workers have standing to sue. [Read more]


Trump Administration Lines Up Against EEOC in LGBT Workplace Rights Case

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