The intersection of employment laws never ceases to amaze me. The last two articles this column addressed dealt with sexual orientation becoming a protected class (finally!) and the ministerial exception for religious institutions under Title VII. Naturally, it should surprise no one that the current topic du jour is an amalgam of those two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

In this month’s episode of “where do we go from here,” we take a look at a decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, which allowed a sexual harassment suit by a gay, music director for a Catholic church, to go forward. See Demkovich v. St. Andrew the Apostle Parish, No. 19-2142, (7th Cir. Aug. 31, 2020).

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