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San Francisco 49ers charged with Age Discrimination Lawsuit

Former 49ers Field Voice Employee fired at 66 San Francisco – After 30 years of hard work and dedication to a popular NFL team, the San Francisco 49ers, Bob Sarlatte, field announcer, was allegedly fired on the basis of the team “going in a different direction” according to Rob Alberino, vice president of the 49ers… Read more »

Did Mayim Bialik Sexually Harass Piers Morgan on the Late Late Show?

Guest on the Late late show, Piers Morgan got quite the surprise when a fellow guest, actress, Mayim Bialik decided to reveal her cleavage to him on the show. It all started when the host, James Corden asked Morgan about the incident concerning Susan Sarandon and #CleavageGate.  The incident Corden was speaking of involved Susan… Read more »

Gay Man Files Suit Against Brooklyn Hospital Alleging Poor Discriminatory Treatment

A gay man who sought help from Brooklyn Medical Center as he suffered flu symptoms is now suing the hospital for workplace discrimination. Mark Hodson, 34, criticized the hospital claiming that they made fun of him and assumed he was a drug addict that had AIDS. Mr. Hodson says that the hospital ignored him as… Read more »

American Airlines Faces $9 Million Dollar Race Discrimination Suit

Four men that had traveled to Toronto in December are accusing American Airlines of racial profiling them as Muslims.  The men who were from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn claim they were ejected from a flight departing from Toronto to New York. The four men were amidst six –all friends who made arrangements to travel together. Two… Read more »

10 Surprising Facts about Race Discrimination in the Workplace

Mexican author, Don Miguel Ruiz said “Let’s stop believing that our differences make us superior or inferior to one another.” I, as a New York City employment discrimination attorney aim to live my own work and personal life by respectfully adhering to those words; however there are many workers and employers who choose not to. … Read more »