Funny, But I See No Maryland State Law Decisions Cited

From an amicus brief filed in support of Leyth Jamal in her action against Saks:


The theory of federal trans coverage under federal sex discrimination law being utilized by Ms. Jamal is not yet a fully settled principle of law (meaning that it may be many things and indeed is many things but robust is not one of them), but it is a real theory.


The federal and state court decisions being cited are real.

The theory that there was Maryland trans coverage under Maryland state law prior to the effective date of the 2014 gender identity law was not a real theory.



I see a Massachusetts court decision…

I see a New Jersey court decision…

But do any of you see any Maryland sex discrimination court decisions?

Of course you don’t.

Because there weren’t any.

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