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(L to R) Benjamin Ebbink, Jeffrey Fritz and Rich Meneghello,  Fisher Phillip (Photo: Courtesy Photo) (L to R) Benjamin Ebbink, Jeffrey Fritz and Rich Meneghello, Fisher Phillip (Photo: Courtesy Photo)

In a highly anticipated move, the U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to consider a trio of cases that will determine whether the nation’s most prominent workplace discrimination statute prohibits employment discrimination against LGBT workers. The issue: whether Title VII’s ban against “sex” discrimination covers claims involving sexual orientation and gender identity. Employers across the country will finally have a definitive answer regarding the contours of the federal primary civil rights law as it applies to members of the LGBT community. But will this news even cause a ripple for California employers?

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