Key U.S. District Court Ruling: Plaintiff’s Challenge to DEI Program Under Section 1981 Fails When She Lacked Standing Because She Did Not Apply

Although the ruling has been appealed, plaintiffs bringing challenges to organizational DEI programs face standing concerns when they do not apply for or otherwise attempt to participate in those programs. As these cases continue to unfold, organizations should be prepared to assert standing defenses when it becomes clear that a plaintiff did not take these affirmative steps.

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