Ohio Courts, Sexual Orientation

Ohio Appellate Court Reaffirms That Sexual Orientation Is Not A Protected Status Under Ohio Law — But Change Is Coming

The Ohio Court of Appeals for the Seventh District recently upheld a trial court’s judgment on the pleadings dismissing a plaintiff’s complaint of harassment because of his sexual orientation, on the basis that sexual orientation is not a protected status under Ohio law.

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