March 24, 2020 1 minute to read · 200 words

In the March/April GPSolo Magazine: Sex and the Law

By James Schwartz

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The theme for the March/April 2020 issue of GPSolo magazine is a topic we have not tackled in ten years: Sex and the Law. When we first considered the idea, we decided that we would allow our minds to wander and to address issues that we had always thought about but had never taken the time to investigate and learn about. From that, some fascinating and very well written articles were produced for the issue, including: “Rape Culture on Campus and the Demise of Title IX,” “Infertility Treatments: Can the Law Keep Up with the Pace of Change?,” “LGBT Rights and the Free Speech Clause,” “Effective Strategies to End Gender Bias, Stop Harassment, and Retain Talent,” “Sex Discrimination and Employment Law in the #MeToo Era,” and “Regulating Gender Composition in Corporate America.”

We are very excited about this issue and hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed working on it.

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After graduating from law school in Philadelphia, James Schwartz first went to work for the City of Philadelphia's law department. A few years later, he moved to Chicago and joined the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in its Enforcement Division and remained there for several years. Since then, he has been in private practice in Chicago and Denver, focusing primarily on corporate, corporate securities, commodity futures, and real estate areas of law. Besides practicing law, Mr. Schwartz has also been active in the ABA in several areas including being in the House of Delegates for several years, being a member of the GPSolo Magazine Board for more than ten years, and being a founder of the GPSolo eReport for the Division. Mr. Schwartz has two children and two grandchildren. He may be reached at attyjls@aol.com.

 

Published in GPSolo eReport, Volume 9, Number 8, March 2020. © 2020 by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission. All rights reserved. This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of the American Bar Association. The views expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of the American Bar Association or the Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division.