CVS is being sued by a former employee who claims she was discriminated against because of her pregnancy, and that CVS retaliated against her by wrongfully terminated her employment. When a doctor’s appointment ran late she told she “was being terminated due to her attendance issues.”
HSBC is being sued by a former employee for wrongful termination. The plaintiff claims a female coworker messaged him, “hi sexy,” instigated conversations with him regarding hesitations about her upcoming marriage and later complained about the marriage, shared that her husband liked Japanese pornography.
The New York City Department of Education is being sued by a teacher who claims he was subjected to age, race and religious discrimination, retaliation, defamation and libel by his supervisors. The teacher claims that a Hispanic principal targeted several Jewish teachers as well and denied them time off for religious holidays.
A New York social services non-for-profit, Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services Inc., is facing a lawsuit by a former employee who claims she was discriminated against because of her race, then fired for complaining about it. According to their website, Ohel provides foster services for Jewish children.
A Harlem-based restaurant owned by a celebrity chef, faces a class action lawsuit for overtime and notice violations as well as a claim of wrongful termination because of race. He claims he occasionally worked more than forty hours per week, but was only paid overtime for some, but not all of those weeks.
A New York City delicatessen is being sued by a long-time employee for its failure to pay overtime and keep and provide proper wage records and notices. He seeks class action status of the suit to cover his co- workers. A New York City delicatessen is being sued by a long-time employee for its failure to pay overtime and keep and provide proper wage records and notices. He seeks class action status of the suit to cover his co- workers.
AT&T faces a legal action in the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, from a former employee who claims she was wrongfully discharged due to her disability. The suit also alleges that AT&T failed to reasonably accommodate her disability while she still worked there and retaliated against her after she left.