Former Clayton County CASA volunteer coordinator Gerald Bostock and his attorney, Thomas Mew, talk about their landmark Supreme Court victory ensuring job protection for LGBTQ people under the Civil Rights Act of 1964:

As of this podcast, attorney Jack Hancock, who represented Clayton County in this case but no longer serves as county attorney, had not responded to a request for comment.

In October, Project Q reported the county had spent about $210,000 to fight the case and that Hancock’s firm, Freeman Mathis and Gary, had hired a second firm, Consovy McCarthy, to argue the case before the Supreme Court. Consovy McCarthy had “represented (President Donald) Trump in several appellate cases challenging the U.S. House of Representatives’ subpoenas of Trump’s financial records. The firm also filed an amicus brief in support of Trump’s Muslim travel ban in 2018, according to Reuters.”

Read more of Robin Kemp’s coverage about the case:

Supreme Court to hear Clayton County gay rights case (Clayton News)

Clayton County gay rights case could set precedent (Clayton News)

BREAKING: Bostock v. Clayton before Supreme Court Oct. 8 (Clayton News)

Supreme Court scheduled to hear Bostock v. Clayton County Oct. 8 (Clayton News)

ALERT: Bostock v. Clayton County before Supreme Court (Clayton News)

Former Clayton County employee’s discrimination case goes before U.S. Supreme Court (Clayton News)

BOSTOCK WINS LGBTQ JOB PROTECTION (The Clayton Crescent)

EDITORIAL: Why Bostock Matters (The Clayton Crescent)

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