Category Archives: Wrongful Termination

San Bernardino Nonprofit named in Sexual Harassment Suit

Female Supervisor allege Sexual Harassment by the Boss California – Rolling Start, Inc., a non-profit organization located in numerous counties including San Bernardino that supports individuals with disabilities in an independent living center has been accused of allowing sexual harassment in the work environment. Last month a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in San Bernardino… Read more »

Police Chief terminated for the Second Time

Female Police allege Retaliation South Carolina – In 2014, a gay female police chief, Crystal Moore, faced termination due to her sexual orientation and preference. Jarrett Taylor, Latta Town Administrator, was the individual who saved Moore’s job after she was terminated on the basis of her sex. Taylor disclosed a recording of the Mayor stating… Read more »

Georgia Company violates State Labor Code

Product Technician allege Discrimination and Wrongful Termination Texas – Lance McCullough, product technician, filed a discrimination lawsuit against Aaron’s Inc., Georgia Company, for allegedly breaching the Texas Labor Code. The discrimination lawsuit was filed in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas on August 16th. Discrimination under several protected classes including, race, gender,… Read more »

Wal-Mart hit with Wrongful Termination Allegations

Assistant Manager terminated after Request for Workers’ Compensation Philadelphia – Lyle Goodman, former assistant manager, claims Wal-Mart Store Inc. wrongfully terminated his employment for inquiring about workers’ compensation for medical reasons. Last April, Goodman filed a wrongful termination complaint against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. In… Read more »

King’s Way Church must pay $25k for Sexual Harassment

Kindergarten Teacher accused Pastor of Sexual Harassment Georgia – Sexual Harassment Lawyers – In 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, EEOC, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against The King’s Way Church on behalf of a kindergarten teacher, Marsha Pearson, who alleged the pastor, Reverend Bill Wininger, sexually harassed her. The King’s Way Church is an independent… Read more »

Trump Employee fired post Sexual Harassment Report

Sexual Harassment by a Co-worker Florida – Trump’s perspective on the way women should respond to workplace sexual harassment is to find a new job. No woman is exempt from his views, not even his own daughter, Ivanka Trump. According to the termination that a former employee experienced following a sexual harassment report, Trump’s views… Read more »

Chipotle face a $550k Payout for Pregnancy Discrimination

Jury favors fired Chipotle Employee in Pregnancy Discrimination Suit Washington D.C. – One of the most popular places for Mexican food, Chipotle, has been charged with pregnancy discrimination. A former employee, Doris Garcia Hernandez, sued Chipotle for terminating her employment after she informed the supervisor, David Hahn, that she was pregnant. As a result of… Read more »

NY Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise settles Sexual Harassment Suit

Dunkin’ Donuts Employees sue for Sexual Harassment New York – The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a sexual harassment lawsuit in the U.S. District Court designated for the Southern District of New York against Hillcrest Marshall, Inc., on behalf of employees who experienced sexual harassment and retaliation in the workplace. Hillcrest Marshall, Inc. is… Read more »

University of Pennsylvania sued for Wrongful Termination

PA Dentist fired for reporting Nonessential Medical Care Pennsylvania – The University of Pennsylvania is facing a wrongful termination lawsuit for terminating former dentist, Steven S. Pesis, who filed a report alleging that another dentist was engaging in expensive medical treatments with patients for financial gain. Penn’s School of Dental Medicine executive director of administration,… Read more »

Jury favors Medical Employee in Wrongful Termination Suit

Covenant Medical Center Employee wins over $500k in Lawsuit Michigan – Amanda Perry, former office coordinator, filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against her previous employer, Covenant Medical Center, for retaliating against her by terminating her employment. Perry started her career as a biller for Covenant’s Visiting Nursing Association Department. In 2012, she received a promotion… Read more »

Wrongful Termination Lawsuit settled by Wells Fargo

Former Employee allege Wrongful Termination for Gender Alterations California – A former transgender call center employee, Marco “Marlo Kaitlin” Gallegos, filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against Wells Fargo. According to the Los Angeles Superior Court complaint, Wells Fargo was allegedly responsible for workplace discrimination, a hostile work environment, workplace retaliation and wrongful termination, at work…. Read more »

This Former Store Manager filed a Lawsuit against the DM and a Popular Retail Store for ADA violations

The Employment Termination Situation Pennsylvania – Zeth Wentz, a former store manager at Staples’ Wayne location, was fired from the retail company after 8 years of serving as the general manager. Wentz claims indicate that the termination took place after his leave of absence was requested for medical purposes. The lawsuit was filed with the… 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 »

Three Women Win Discrimination Suit Against Chipotle

A federal grand jury determined that three general managers previously employed by Chipotle were subject to discrimination and then fired because of their gender. Tina Reynolds and Stephanie Ochoa sacrificed spending time with their families as they worked 70-80 hours per week at the job they felt a sense of accomplishment from. Both women said… Read more »

Donald Trump Facing Allegations of Sex Discrimination by Former Employee

In Sioux City, Iowa, Donald Trump is being accused by a former employee of his campaign, of sex discrimination and other forms of inappropriate behavior, however, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate continues to deny all allegations, calling the accusers claims “totally made up.” Former campaign employee, Elizabeth Davidson claims that male employees were paid more… Read more »

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