A California public educational entity is being sued by its former superintendent for failing to renew her contract claiming it did so, not because of her poor performance, but because she required hospitalization and treatment for her leukemia.
Los Angeles, its sheriff’s department (LASD), and a number of department officials and employees are being sued by a deputy sheriff who claims that he was retaliated against for cooperating with investigators, and testifying about, corruption and crime activity within the department.
Little Caesars is being sued by a former employee who claims he was exposed to racial discrimination by his Hispanic co-workers, his managers overlooked it, and he faced retaliation, including termination, when he sought redress. He claims he was eventually beaten up by his coworkers, resulting in a broken nose.
The United States Department of Justice and Attorney General Jefferson B. Sessions III are being sued by a former employee of the U.S. Marshals Service for transferring him to a location that extended his daily commute, claiming doing so was a failure to accommodate his disability.
A complaint has been filed in the Southern District of New York against the New York city police department (NYPD) claiming that LGBT officers are routinely discriminated against, and after they seek redress, retaliated against for doing so. The complaint seeks class action status to cover all officers who have experienced or will experience similar treatment.
PPG Industries Inc., a Fortune 500 architectural paint manufacturing company, is being sued by a former employee for terminating him under false pretenses, retaliating against him for reporting unlawful practices and for failing to pay overtime.
A California Marriott resort is being sued by one of its former employees for violations of wage laws, […]