Wednesday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott”:
- 0:00: Despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling over the case of the Colorado baker who refused service to a same-sex couple, employment law attorney Marty Heller says it’s not to be confused with protections in the workplace. He represents public and private employers on a national, regional and local basis in all aspects of employment litigation, including employment discrimination claims. Heller, an attorney in the Atlanta office of national labor and employment firm Fisher Phillips, joins us in studio.
- 17:11: Film and television production is big business in Georgia. And behind the scenes is a crew that does stuff like editing and color correction. Join me on a tour of Atlanta-based Moonshine Post Production Studio with Drew Sawyer, partner and post producer at Moonshine.
- 40:20: On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who in 2012 refused to design a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Prior to the high court deciding to hear the case, it went before the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the State Supreme Court, both of which ruled in favor of the gay couple Charlie Craig and Dave Mullins. They were refused service by Jack Phillips, who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop. Simone Bell, southern regional director for Lambda Legal, weighs in on the case.
Closer Look is produced by Candace Wheeler, Emilia Brock and Trevor Young.