LGBT Discrimination Persists Despite Progress

The ground being gained in the fight for mar­riage equal­ity since the Supreme Court’s deci­sion in United States v. Wind­sor, 133 S. Ct. 2675 (2013), has led many to believe that all is well in the advance­ment of LGBT rights.  Many courts across the coun­try have fol­lowed Wind­sor, which held the fed­eral Defense of Mar­riage… [Read More]

Sexual Orientation Discrimination: Justice Scalia’s Bias

By Rathod | Mohamedb­hai LLC posted in Civil Rights on Wednes­day, Decem­ber 12, 2012 By Arash Jahan­ian U.S. Supreme Court Jus­tice Antonin Scalia is once again draw­ing scrutiny for his out­spo­ken views on civil rights. On Mon­day, the Court’s most senior mem­ber defended his com­par­i­son of laws ban­ning sodomy to those bar­ring bes­tial­ity and mur­der. Respond­ing… [Read More]