MRW Partner Speaks on Supreme Court Wedding Cake Bakery Case

MRW Partner Speaks on Supreme Court Wedding Cake Bakery Case and Its Implications for Public Accommodations & Workplaces

The Supreme Court ruling on the clash between a gay couple’s right to a wedding cake and a baker’s religious beliefs has garnered significant national attention. The Court’s decision does not provide clear answers to the free-speech-v.-gay-rights questions posed by the case but offers considerable insight into the future and some direction for the present. Join MRW partner Ellen Messing, legal director of Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders Gary D. Buseck, and Professor of Constitutional Law at Suffolk University Timothy Wilton for the MCLE program “1st Look” at the Colorado Bakery Case and Its Implications of Public Accommodations & Workplaces on July 17th in person or via live webcast. These experts will explore the decision and its effect on existing doctrines in discrimination law, public accommodation, and constitutional law, and participate in a Q&A session. We look forward to seeing you there!

Posted: July 16, 2018 | Author: Messing, Rudavsky & Weliky, P.C. | Categories: news

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