Monthly Archives: June 2018

Florida Sexual Harassment and Hostile Work Environment Case

On February 20, 2018, the Middle District of Florida federal court ruled on a motion to dismiss filed by the defendants in this Florida sexual harassment and hostile work environment case.  (See Robinson v. Hill, 2018 WL 962199, (M.D. Fl. 2018)).  The female plaintiff worked as a manager for one of the defendant corporations.  She… Read more »

Dacier v. Reardon: A Lesson on Statutes of Limitation

  In the recently filed case Dacier v. Reardon, Case Number: 1:17-CV-418, a “non-Hispanic” senior investigator in the Division of Wage Protection and Immigrant Services, Dacier, brought suit against the commissioner of the New York State Department of Labor (“DOL”), claiming he wasn’t hired for a position because of his race. Plaintiff Dacier applied for… Read more »

Miami Judge Uses Racial Slur to Describe Defendant Then Blames New York Childhood

  MIAMI, FLORIDA  — Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Stephen Millan who grew up in New York is under fire for using the word “moolie” to describe a black defendant and for other racially insensitive comments while in chambers.   The first instance of misconduct involved Judge Millan on a break with attorneys in his chamber, where… Read more »