Texas businesses now face a more difficult task in guarding against discrimination suits.
The Texas Supreme Court, in NME Hospitals Inc. v. Rennels, held June 3 that companies may be sued by workers who are not their employees for alleged violations of the Texas Commission on Human Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, sex and disability.
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