Supreme Confusion: The Implications of Bostock v. Clayton County on Employee Benefit Plans

September 17, 2020  |  By: NAHU
Compliance Corner

While we were busy worrying about all things pandemic earlier this summer, the Supreme Court issues a major employment law decision that will impact employee benefit plans nationwide. In Bostock v. Clayton County the Court ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits employment discrimination against members LGBTQ community. What does this mean for employee benefit plans? Jennifer Spiegel Berman, JD, MBA the CEO of MZQ Consulting, and John Newcome, Vice President and Senior Consultant with KELLY Benefit Strategies, walks us through the decision and its implications for employee benefit plans. Jennifer also provides an update on Texas v. United States and the ACA’s journey through the federal courts.

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