Andrew and Lauren discuss the details of the upcoming Supreme Court case Muldrow v. City of St. Louis, which will determine if an employer's transfer decision alone can constitute unlawful discrimination under Title VII, even if it does not result in an economic or tangible harm. They analyze the facts of the case where a female police officer was transferred out of an elite FBI task force position and replaced by a male officer. They debate where to draw the line between an employer's flexibility to make transfer decisions and protecting employees from discrimination. They also discuss the broader implications this ruling could have on workplace discrimination law. Tune in as this legal podcast unpacks the complex issues at the heart of this important employment law case.