Attorneys from Schaerr | Jaffe LLP in Washington, DC, filed a class-action lawsuit in the Eastern District of Tennessee on Tuesday challenging UT-Battelle's discriminatory actions stemming from the company's refusal to grant any reasonable religious or medical accommodations from its COVID-19 vac...
Statement on United Airlines' Postponement of Company’s Vaccine Mandate For Those Seeking Religious and Medical Accommodations
United Airlines postpones its "heartless and unlawful" vaccine mandate.
Statement from Attorneys Representing Plaintiffs in United Airlines COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Exemptions Case
Statement from Mark Paoletta, a partner at Schaerr|Jaffe LLP, and John Sullivan, a partner at S/L Law, who are representing the plaintiffs seeking religious and medical exemptions to United Airlines' COVID-19 vaccine mandate: We filed this lawsuit to protect the rights of honest, hardworking Un...
Schaerr|Jaffe attorneys file class against United Airlines for refusing to grant religious or medical accommodations to its COVID-19 vaccine mandate
United employees seek reasonable religious and medical accommodations.
Schaerr-Jaffe partner Erik Jaffe was a featured speaker at BYU Law's Religious Freedom Annual Review on June 19, 2019, where he weighed in on newly-appointed US Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh and predicted how they might rule on religious freedom cases.
Gene Schaerr, Erik Jaffe and Michael Worley, of Schaerr-Jaffe, are representing a Seventh-day Adventist who was fired from Walgreens for failing to show up to his shift scheduled on his religion's Sabbath.
Trinity Lutheran is highly important for all religious institutions. True, the immediate issue in the case was mundane: whether a church-owned school could compete on equal terms for a state grant that would reimburse it for resurfacing its playground with rubber from recycled tires. But the c...