Supreme Court Lowers the Bar for Title VII Employment Claims

Westlaw Today

Lara A. Flath David E. Schwartz Amy Van Gelder

In a closely watched case, the Supreme Court lowered the standard for the degree of harm a plaintiff must establish in a Title VII action, holding it is only necessary to show “some” harm, not necessarily “material” or “significant” harm. Partners Lara Flath, David Schwartz and Amy Van Gelder discuss the implications of the Court’s decision, including the potential impact to DEI programs.