I had planned to blog today about yesterday’s oral argument before the Supreme Court in Young v. UPS, the case about when an employer must accommodate a pregnant employee.
The Philadelphia 76ers stole the spotlight — and my evening — with their first win of the season, an 85-77 victory over the Minneapolis Timberwolves, whose team colors of white, blue, and black have officially been replaced with shame, ignominy, and more shame.
I guess those Sixers will get paid sick leave in 2015 after all. Congratulations to the 1-17 Sixers!
Now, if you are looking for more on yesterday’s oral argument, here is the oral argument transcript, and check out these links:
- SCOTUSblog “Argument analysis: “As compared to what?“
- Slate’s “Heavy Lifting: The Supreme Court is flummoxed by pregnancy discrimination and semicolons.“
- The Guardian’s “Supreme court justices clash over UPS pregnancy in workplace equality case“
- The Washington Post: “Supreme Court hears arguments in pregnant UPS worker’s case“