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April 2012 Archives

Another case of workplace discrimination involving Facebook

A former federal employee of the Library of Congress is pursuing a workplace discrimination complaint against his former employer, based on religious and sexual orientation harassment.

Disabled man files discrimination lawsuit against Wendy's

With the economy and jobs at a premium these days, it is definitely an employer's market for job seekers. Unemployment remains high in many areas and the jobs that are available are highly competitive, even in the fast food industry. This week a suit was filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against a Wendy's franchisee in Killeen, Texas.

Texas firefighters disputing change in overtime rules

Contract disputes can be complicated. The city of Fort Worth, Texas, made a policy change to overtime rules that directly affect firefighters and now, the Fort Worth Professional Firefighters Association is suing the city saying that the city made this change without notifying the firefighters association.

Counter suit filed in wrongful termination case

A wrongful termination suit can be controversial and in the case of a woman who alleges she was wrongfully terminated, is now facing a counterclaim on her suit from the daycare where she previously worked.

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