Sheehy, Ware & Pappas Associate Chris Jackson recently wrote an article featured in this month’s edition of the Cremation Association of North America’s Cremationist Magazine.
In June the United States Supreme Court announced it’s ruling on Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga., one of the
most widely discussed cases of the Term and, perhaps, the most likely of the Court’s opinions to touch on everyday life involved employment discrimination claims by fired gay and transgender employees—including a transgender funeral director. In his article, Jackson breaks down the underlying cases, the Supreme Court’s ruling and exactly what it means for businesses in the death care industry.
You view his full article by clicking here.
Chris Jackson joined the firm in 2020 and has a diverse civil litigation practice handling a variety of insurance coverage and casualty litigation as well as construction and commercial litigation.
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