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Join Us for Martin Pringle’s 2017 Adoption Celebration

Join Us for Martin Pringle’s 2017 Adoption Celebration

May 16, 2017

Are you considering adoption as a way to grow your family? Have you grown your family through adoption? Whether you've adopted in the past,... (more about )

What the Trump Administration’s First 100 Days Mean for Employers

What the Trump Administration’s First 100 Days Mean for Employers

May 11, 2017

In the past, the first 100 days of a new President’s administration have been used as an indicator of where legislative policies and executive... (more about )

7th Circuit Court of Appeals Rules Title VII Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination

7th Circuit Court of Appeals Rules Title VII Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination

May 11, 2017

Lora M. Jennings, Attorney In a much-watched decision, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964... (more about )

Where’s the proof? Why successful discrimination claims require support

Where’s the proof? Why successful discrimination claims require support

May 11, 2017

For an employee to receive equitable relief on a Title VII discrimination claim, the individual must be able to prove damages. This inability... (more about )

Unclear job descriptions can lead to ADA claim confusion

Unclear job descriptions can lead to ADA claim confusion

May 11, 2017

Was the employee in Stephenson v. Pfizer, Inc. driven out of her job when her employer failed to accommodate her disability? The trial court granted... (more about )

Great expectations – Employee requests pregnancy accommodation – with mixed results

Great expectations – Employee requests pregnancy accommodation – with mixed results

May 11, 2017

Employers should always be careful when weighing pregnancy accommodation requests, even when they’re following facially neutral policies... (more about )

Title VII in the courts – Exercise caution when considering transfer requests

Title VII in the courts – Exercise caution when considering transfer requests

May 11, 2017

When might denying an employee’s transfer request be considered an adverse employment action under Title VII and Section 1983? In Bonenberger... (more about )

ADA claim – Even accommodating employers may risk litigation

ADA claim – Even accommodating employers may risk litigation

May 11, 2017

Employers can offer a variety of accommodations to disabled employees and still be sued for violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).... (more about )

Two Martin Pringle Attorneys Named to Wichita Business Journal’s 2017 40 Under 40 Class

Two Martin Pringle Attorneys Named to Wichita Business Journal’s 2017 40 Under 40 Class

April 17, 2017

Martin Pringle Attorneys at Law is proud to announce that Anna Ritchie and Zach Wiggins have been named to the Wichita Business Journal's... (more about )

Martin Pringle Attorney Recognized by KU Law School

Martin Pringle Attorney Recognized by KU Law School

April 13, 2017

Martin Pringle Attorney, Martin Bauer, and his wife, Ann, were recognized as James Woods Green Medallions honorees at the University of Kansas... (more about )

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