Category Archives: Employment Law

West Valley City Police Officer files a Notice of Claim for Sexual Harassment

A Female Police Officer of the WVCPD Shares her Reality with Sexual Harassment Utah – Michelle Shepherd, a police officer of the West Valley City Police Department, recently filed notice of claim regarding the alleged sexual harassment hardships she had to bear from a female superior. Shepherd asserts that the sexual harassment began shortly after… Read more »

Grammy Award Winning Artist being sued for Sexual Harassment

Ex-Bodyguard filed a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit against Elton John Over the years several incidents involving unwelcomed touching has led Jeffrey Wenninger, ex- bodyguard of Elton John, to file a sexual harassment lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against the famous musician. Allegations of sexual harassment and sexual battery are included in the sexual harassment lawsuit…. Read more »

Prestigious University Charged with Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia University Suffers from Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination. New York – Columbia University was slammed with a lawsuit from Enrichetta Ravina, assistant finance and economics professor in the Columbia Business School, regarding the sexual harassment and gender discrimination she faced during her employment and preparations to apply… Read more »

The NBA Sets a Phenomenal Example of Gender Equality for Fans

NBA Joins Advocates of Women’s Empowerment to Embrace Gender Equality Throughout the past two seasons, the National Basketball Association has teamed up with Lean In, an organization that changes lives through peer support circles. The unity between the NBA and Lean In displays an admirable approach to gender equality through forming healthy relationships with women…. Read more »

Wrongful Termination: Former EMT Employee Wins 32K Settlement

Eric Heidrich sues Bellmawr for the Wrongful Termination of his Employment New Jersey – In 2009, Eric Heidrich, former Emergency Medical Technician, started his full time employment in Bellmawr. In addition to his full time position, Eric Heidrich was also employed part-time as an EMT in Deptford. The lawsuit states that Eric Heidrich “experienced the… Read more »

GM at Mason Transit resigned after Sexual Harassment Accusations hit the Surface

Brad Patterson’s Alleged Sexual Harassment came at the Expense of his Job at Mason Mason County – General Manager, Brad Patterson, was accused of sexually harassing a female co-worker on several occasions throughout his employment at Mason Transit. As a result of settling this matter outside of court, Brad Patterson resigned from Mason Transit. According… Read more »

Chef Michael Chiarello Salacious Remarks Results in Two Sexual Harassment Lawsuits

Chef directed his managers not to hire women unless they wanted to have sex with them California – Two lawsuits filed by two women formerly employed at Coqueta in San Francisco, Katherine Page and Asja Sever, hit the news alleging that Chef Michael Chiarello, owner of Gruppo Chiarello restaurant group, that contains “Coqueta in San… Read more »

Mountain View Police Chief Named in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Female SWAT Team Dispatcher files Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Mountain View – Max Bosel, Mountain View police chief, was named in a sexual harassment lawsuit, filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court, for allegedly playing a major role in the sexual harassment of Annie Lohman, a SWAT team dispatcher. Annie Lohman stated that her sexual harassment took… Read more »

Sportscaster’s Erin Andrews Court Case concludes with a 55 Million-Dollar Reward

Stalker Michael David Barrett and Marriot Hotel Chain hit with Huge $55M Verdict Nashville, TN – Fox Sports reporter and former ESPN television personality, Erin Andrews, was awarded a huge settlement to the tune of 55 million dollars as a result of a stalking incident that took place in 2008 at the Marriot Hotel in Nashville,… Read more »

Two cases filed by the EEOC defend against Sexual Orientation Discrimination

The EEOC Responds to the Actions of Unfair Employers with Two Lawsuits The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is a federal agency that administers and enforces civil rights laws against workplace discrimination on behalf of employees throughout the United States. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission acknowledges employees allegedly suffering from sexual orientation discrimination from their… Read more »

A Third of Japanese Women in the Workplace Experience Sexual Harassment

A Japanese Government Study reveals Reality for Japanese Working Women Japan – A Japanese study highlights that one-third of women in the workplace endures sexual harassment. An alarming number of these women may have experienced multiple forms of sexual harassment while at work. The survey results exceeded a whopping 9,600 responses. The 18% response rate… Read more »

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office receives Strike 3 for Sexual Harassment

Third Female Employee Addresses Workplace Sexual Harassment and Discrimination. Jackson County, MO – An administrative assistant allegedly affected by workplace sexual harassment filed a discrimination complaint against the Jackson County sheriff’s office. Approximately a year after Jackson County sheriff’s office settled a sexual harassment complaint with one of their former employees, Christine L. Lynde, the… Read more »

Harvard Graduate Sues School for Sexual Harassment Made By Fellow Student

New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia Sexual Harassment Lawyers A Harvard graduate filed a lawsuit against the University claiming she was sexually assaulted and then coerced to reside in the same quarters as her attacker.  The victim stated that she not only felt like the school did not do its job to protect her… Read more »

Judge Denies Kesha Contract Release from Sony Records

New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia Sexual Harassment Lawyers Manhattan, NY – Kesha Rose Sebert, better known as the pop singer Kesha, who in past years has put out pop hits such as Tik Tok, We R Who We R and Blow, sat inside a Manhattan Supreme Court room with tears streaming down her… Read more »

Talk of Setting iPhones back to 1970 Made Me Think of This

IOS users who set their devices back to May 1970 or earlier ended up getting up a surprise when their iPhones, iPads, and iPods immediately stopped working. Apple has acknowledged there is a problem and they posted this announcement on their Apple Support website: “Manually changing the date to May 1970 or earlier can prevent… Read more »

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