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Michael G. McClory

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Shareholder and Attorney

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Bullard Law
200 SW Market Street Suite 1900
Portland , Oregon 97201
United States

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Employment History

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Education

  • B.A. , English
    University of Notre Dame
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Mike McClory, an attorney ...
www.oregonlive.com, 27 Aug 2015 [cached]
Mike McClory, an attorney who specializes in employment law at Bullard Law in Portland, took time Wednesday to answer some questions raised by St. Mary's decision. McClory is not associated with the case in any way. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
Q: Can Oregon employers legally discriminate against prospective employees based on sexual orientation?
McClory: Generally, no.
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McClory: You can require that the person be an adherent to the religious beliefs of your institution.
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McClory: Yes. Let's say we were talking about a non-denominational private high school. There wouldn't be any "bona fide occupational qualification" or "ministerial exception" that would apply.
Q: But don't gay employees have protection from employment discrimination under Oregon law?
McClory: It is a protected class in Oregon, but that doesn't mean that a religious institution is not entitled to exercise its First Amendment rights.
Q: Would Brown have had any additional legal protection if she had the job as opposed to an offer?
McClory: I can't think of any. It would be more awkward to ask a teacher to leave midterm or ask a counselor to leave midterm. As a general matter, the religious exceptions are going to apply before employment and after employment begins.
Q: Would the legal context be any different if a job candidate is gay vs. planning to marry someone of the same sex?
McClory: The school, the institution, would still have a right to give a preference to members of its own religion and that would be sort of broadly interpreted. You can be a gay Catholic and quiet about it. I am not sure how it would come into play if she wasn't talking about it and the school didn't know about it.
Q: Can religious employers ask an employee or a prospective one about her sexual orientation?
McClory: I would be more comfortable with a religious organization asking a prospective employee if he or she understood what the principles are that this institution stands for and whether he or she can support those principles.
Mike McClory, an attorney ...
www.oregonlive.com, 27 Aug 2015 [cached]
Mike McClory, an attorney who specializes in employment law at Bullard Law in Portland, spoke to The Oregonian about whether Oregon employers can legally discriminate against prospective employees based on sexual orientation.
McClory said that generally a religious-based school can give a preference to a person of that religion and also would have a "ministerial exception" for anything that relates to instruction.
Michael G. ...
www.bullardlaw.com, 10 July 2014 [cached]
Michael G. McClory
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Michael G. McClory
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As an eighth grader Mike McClory told his slightly skeptical teacher that he planned to attend the University of Notre Dame and that he would eventually be a lawyer. Mike did both. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1986 (B.A. in English) and from Notre Dame Law School in 1989.
Mike began his legal career in California. Working with several national firms, he gained valuable experience in the areas of employment litigation, employer counseling, and affirmative action /OFCCP compliance for government contractors. At the beginning of 1997 Mike joined Bullard Law. He and his family have loved the move to Oregon.
Mike values collaboration with his clients. Through active and ongoing conversation, Mike's goal is to help his clients find the right compliance strategies, to work through personnel issues, and to minimize their involvement in unnecessary adversarial matters. His employment practice includes disability and reasonable accommodation counseling, termination/employee performance counseling, discrimination and harassment law litigation, employee/employer contracts, and affirmative action/OFCCP compliance.
Away from work, Mike volunteers his time in a number of areas. Currently, he is the Board President for the Oregon/Southwest Washington Industry Liaison Group. Previously, he served eight years on the NWEEO/Affirmative Action Association Board of Directors. Since 2001 Mike has served as the Bullard Law Team Captain for the Oregon Lawyers Against Hunger Annual Drive to benefit the Oregon Food Bank.
Mike also has been active in the Lake Oswego community. In addition to serving as a recreational soccer and basketball coach, he also has served the Lake Oswego School District as an appointed member of the Legal Budget, School Reconfiguration, and School Consolidation committees. Mike likes to watch Notre Dame football, but to relax enjoys vacationing with his family, watching movies and reading novels.
Mike McClory is a regular writer for "b-alerts", the Bullard e-newsletter for clients and friends of the firm.
Michael McClory- ILG ...
www.nationalilg.org, 27 July 2015 [cached]
Michael McClory- ILG Chair Shareholder/Attorney bullard law 200 SW Market Street, Ste 1900 Portland, Oregon 97201 Phone: 503-721-2612 Fax: 503-248-8851
Bullard Law - Worklaw Network
www.worklawnetwork.com, 7 July 2015 [cached]
Michael G. McClory
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Mike specializes in employment counseling and litigation. He has extensive experience regarding all aspects of disability discrimination law, including disability compliance planning and defense of litigation. Mike's practice also emphasizes discrimination and harassment law, termination counseling, employee-employer contracts, and affirmative action-government contractor law.
Mike is a frequent author regarding current developments in the law and is the co-editor of Bullard Smith's eAlerts and newsletters. His other writing credits include: the chapter entitled "Employment Agencies" published by BNA in the 1998 Supplement to Employment Discrimination Law, 3d Edition; the article entitled "Relationship of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 and California Workers' Compensation Laws" published in the California Labor & Employment Law Quarterly; and The Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990: A Comprehensive Analysis of Title I published by the National Employment Law Institute (co-author).
Currently, he is the Board President for the Oregon/Southwest Washington Industry Liaison Group. Previously, he served eight years on the NWEEO/Affirmative Action Association Board of Directors. Since 2001 Mike has served as the Bullard Law Team Captain for the Oregon Lawyers Against Hunger Annual Drive to benefit the Oregon Food Bank.
Mike joined the firm in 1997. Prior to that he practiced in Palo Alto and San Jose, California. He is admitted to practice in Oregon, California, Illinois and Indiana.
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