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DRAW NEAR - The U.S. Supreme Court this morning will hear a trio of cases that confront the scope of workplace anti-discrimination protections for gay, lesbian and transgender employees. In one argument, Stanford’s Pamela Karlan will argue in support of broad LGBT protections, and Consovoy McCarthy’s Jeffrey Harris, making his SCOTUS debut, will urge the court that gay and lesbian workers are excluded from Title VII protections. In a gender identity case, the ACLU’s David Cole will argue against John Bursch of Alliance Defending Freedom. U.S. Solicitor General Noel Francisco will argue in both matters. A record number of companies backed LGBT workplace rights in an amicus brief filed by Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan.

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