Tag Archives: New York City Discrimination Attorney

WASHINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT SETTLES QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR RACE DISCRIMINATION SUIT

WASHINGTON – The old guard, a traditional part of the fire fighter industry, are finding the world changing around them as Fire Departments across the nation become more diverse. Recently, Lynden City Fire Department has settled a suit brought by one of its firefighters for racial discrimination. In the suit,  Damon Winters, a volunteer fire fighter,… Read more »

Sexual Assault at Rider University

Male Student expelled after Sexual Assault Allegations New Jersey – Over the past year, sexual harassment and sexual assault has been an ongoing issue in various universities. Rider University is on the list of universities battling sexual assault within their academic community. A male student was accused of sexually assaulting a female student. Prior to… 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 »

Women’s Equality Day: Celebrating Women’s Right to Vote

Success for Women continues Nearly 100 Years Later Women’s equality day celebrates women receiving the right to vote on August 26, 1920, according to the 19th Amendment. Prior to receiving the right to vote, women fought for years to prove to society that they are equally important as men, and deserve to have a voice… Read more »

FBI face Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Lawsuit

Workplace Misconduct hinders Female Agents from Professional Growth Colorado – Danielle Marks, ex-FBI agent, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit in the Denver U.S. District Court against the FBI and several male agents for subjecting her to sexual harassment and workplace discrimination. The sexual harassment lawsuit provided a rare entrance to examine workplace misconduct by male… Read more »

Over 50% of UK Women at Work are Sexually Harassed

Studies show Females in the UK are battling Sexual Harassment UK – The Trades Union Congress and the Everyday Sexism Project conducted an online sexual harassment survey. The survey reached 1,553 women from YouGov who willingly agreed to respond to workplace sexual harassment questions. The findings of TUC’s research revealed some puzzling results that caused… Read more »

NJ Fire Department Worker allege Sexual Harassment

Female Employee files Sexual Harassment Claim New Jersey – Janette Negron-Donini, 24, Trenton Fire Department employee, filed a sexual harassment in July 2015 claim against Qareeb Bashir, fire director, for the alleged sexual harassment over the years. In 2007, Donini transition into her position with the fire department. Three years later, Donini was demoted by… Read more »

Several Denver Deputies sue Jail for Sexual Harassment by Inmates

Female Deputies face Workplace Sexual Harassment Colorado – Female deputies employed at the Denver jail have consistently filed sexual harassment complaints with their supervisors. The deputies reported that their supervisors failed to take action against the inmates for their actions. As a result of being unable to ascertain a solution for the ongoing workplace sexual… Read more »