Intermediate scrutiny is a legal criterion that is sometimes used to determine whether a law is constitutional. It is typically applied in cases when the law demonstrates bias toward a specific sex or gender. It has also been applied in cases where the law allows someone to be treated differently due to their sexual preference.
Loren Prizant is a member of the business litigation practice group. He practices primarily in the areas of labor & employment, defending individual and class action employment matters, workers’ compensation claims, unemployment claims and labor disputes in a variety of forums, including federal and state administrative agencies and courts. He also provides advice to employers on personnel policies and procedures, employee discipline, sexual harassment investigations and termination decisions.
Mr. Prizant is also a member of the firm’s health care law practice group, defending nursing home negligence claims. He also represents clients in criminal matters, administrative hearings, intellectual property issues, contract disputes and business formations.
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