A New York area nonprofit company is being sued by its former chief financial officer for being terminated after he made several whistleblower complaints against the company and its board members. He also claims the company refused to accommodate his disabilities including epilepsy and depression.
Charter Communications, which offers telecommunications services under the brand Spectrum, faces a lawsuit by a former employee who was injured on the job for failing to accommodate the disability the injury caused, discrimination against him because of that disability, as well as wrongful termination.
PNC Capital Markets, LLC is being sued by an ex-employee for not accommodating her disabilities — bipolar disorder and ADHD. The case was brought in the Southern District of New York. She claims she was an exemplary employee who received compliments on her work and got along well with co-workers.
A long-time bank employee is suing her former employer for discriminating against her due to her breast cancer diagnosis and for terminating her employment for bogus reasons.
A Philadelphia coffee roaster and retailer is being sued by a former maintenance worker who lost a finger while operating a coffee bean grinding machine for wrongful termination and discrimination based on race and disability.
A long-time Gap employee is suing the retail giant for discriminating against him. He claims his most recent supervisor criticized his accent, saying it was “too heavy,” and believes he was passed over for promotions that he had expressed interest in because of his accent, race, and national origin.
Domino’s Pizza and the owner of eight of its New York area franchises is being sued by ten former employees for their failure to pay minimum wage, overtime, and gratuities, as well as other violations. The plaintiffs claim they were required to, in addition to making deliveries, answer the telephone, make pizzas, stock and manage inventory, and clean and maintain the restaurants.