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Mississippi Trucking Company Settles EEOC Gender Discrimination Claim

A Mississippi trucking company has settled a claim with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for refusing to hire female applicants since 1986. The company will pay $490,000 and Read More

Supreme Court Lowers the Bar for Religious Accommodations Under Title VII

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that “employers may not demonstrate that a proposed accommodation of an employee’s sincerely held religious belief or practice constitutes an undue hardship under Title Read More

Medical Device Component Manufacturer Settles Age-Based Discrimination Claim for $460,000

A Swiss-based medical device component manufacturer has settled an age-based discrimination lawsuit for $460,000. Fischer Connectors was sued for age bias, including replacing older workers with younger, less-qualified candidates, forcing Read More

OSHA Proposes Interim Rule for Handling Retaliation Complaints

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has created a new rule to enhance antitrust whistleblower protections. Under the new rule, employees and contractors are protected from retaliation when they Read More

Former Barclays Executive Asks Second Circuit to Hear Retaliation Claim

A former Barclays vice president has asked the Second Circuit to overturn a ruling in favor of Barclays, claiming he was shut out of meetings and fired after sounding an Read More

Midwest Nursing Home Chain Sued for Overtime Claims

Trilogy Health Services LLC has been sued for failing to pay nurses and caregivers overtime wages for time spent working over meal breaks. A former nurse claims that the company Read More

Wells Fargo Sued for Disability and Age Discrimination

A managing director at Wells Fargo’s investment banking arm has sued the bank for disability and age discrimination. Christopher John Billesdon claims he was “iced out” by senior company officials Read More

Former Ford Employee Sues Company for Racial and Sexual Harassment Claims

A former Ford employee has filed suit against the auto manufacturer, claiming that a coworker harassed her based on her race, among other allegations. Initially, the district court ruled in Read More

Boeing’s Motion to Dismiss Age Bias Retaliation Suit Fails

Boeing’s motion to dismiss an age bias and retaliation suit has failed in Washing federal court. U.S. District judge Tana Lin denied the corporation’s argument that the lawsuit was filed Read More

Former Texas City Manager Awarded $12.5 Million in Discrimination and Retaliation Suit

A federal jury in Texas awarded a Black former city manager $12.5 million in damages after finding for him in his discrimination and retaliation suit. Odis Jones sued the city Read More

Starbucks May Have Violated Federal Labor Law with ‘Co-Creation’ Sessions

The National Labor Relations Board has accused Starbucks of violating federal labor law during “co-creation sessions,” which solicited employee grievances and promised improved benefits to workers. These sessions sometimes included Read More

EEOC Sues ExxonMobil for Title VII and Title I Racial Harassment Violations

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sued ExxonMobil in Louisiana federal court. The EEOC alleged that the company failed to take action after five nooses were found on an Read More

American Airlines Sued for Age Discrimination During COVID-19 Cuts

American Airlines is being sued for age discrimination based on its COVID-19 layoffs. Jennifer Pomis, a 58-year-old former employee who spent 35 years at the airline, claims the airline discriminated Read More

Former Aerospace Supplier Executive Claims She Was Fired for Reporting Fraud

A former vice president of finance at Transdigm, a Washington aerospace supplier, has accused the company of retaliatory termination after she reported financial fraud. The discrimination suit alleged that Transdigm Read More

Eli Lilly Accused of Age Bias by Denying Promotions in Favor of Millennials

Eli Lilly has been sued in federal court for age discrimination. A 53-year-old sales employee filed a collective action against the pharmaceutical manufacturer, claiming they violated federal and state anti-discrimination Read More

Former Director Sues Elite NY Country Club After Reporting Sexual Harassment

Natalia Grainger, former squash director of the Westchester County Club, filed a lawsuit against the country club recently. Her complaint alleges that she was fired after she noticed and reported Read More

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