Victor in the Bostock Supreme Court Bias case settles the lawsuit against Georgia

The namesake of the US Supreme Court’s Bostock decision, which upheld federal protections against LGBTQ bias in the workplace, has agreed to settle his lawsuit against the County of Georgia that fired him in 2013.

Attorneys for Gerald Bostock and Clayton County, Georgia, have successfully mediated their dispute and are completing paperwork for a settlement, pursuant to an Oct. 14 court order to administratively close the case in the US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

The Bostock case was one of three cases considered by the Supreme Court in a key June 2020 decision. The judges in a 6-3 verdict found…