Tag Archives: Employment Attorneys

UBER SEXUAL HARASSMENT CLAIMS FOR THE RIDE SHARING GIANT

The ride sharing tech giant has been in hot water in 2017. Reaching national attention for their mishandling of ride requests to airports following Trumps Muslim ban, which many taxi companies boycotted in opposition to the Trump regime, the San Francisco based firm has recently received negative attention after a slew of scandals emerged which… Read more »

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 »

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 »

Guardian Angels Founder Suspended from Radio Show for Sexual Comments About City Council Speaker

In New York, crime is on the rise as multiple people continue to become victims of various  subway slashing incidents.  While the vicious attacks progress in causing a growing fear to the people of the Big Apple, the city’s leader, Mayor Deblasio has been desperately seeking solutions toward safeguarding New Yorkers. One group of citizens… Read more »

Women at Chipotle Say they Were Fired Because of their Gender

After giving birth to twins and losing one of her babies, a new mother returned to work from maternity leave while the remaining baby was still in the hospital.  She was fired a short time later.  Another female worker was fired even though she was previously rewarded with job promotions and honorable assessments of her… Read more »

Inmate Having Sex with Female Guards Sues Jail for Sexual Harassment

A Washington County Jail inmate is planning to sue two prison guards he had sex with, for sexual harassment.  Prison guards, Jill Curry and Brett Robinson would release Jeng-Li Delgado-Galban from his jail cell to go into a supply closet and have sex with him. This was not a ménage a trois however; because neither woman… Read more »

“Justin’s Beiber’s Excessive Flirting Made Me Uncomfortable”

Comedienne turned talk show host, Chelsea Handler has interviewed quite a bit of celebrities throughout the span of her talk show; but there’s one celebrity she remembers to be her worst interviewee ever. Who would have ever thought it? Singer, songwriter and record producer, Justin Bieber! Handler, 40 spoke candidly to Variety about the best… Read more »

Boss Sends Message to Former Employee’s Boyfriend: “Your Girlfriend Was A Real Pleasure”

If you ever become the proud owner and manager of a multi-million dollar investment firm, here are some employment law guidelines for company etiquette: Rule #1: Like any place of employment, you want to keep the atmosphere for your business, professional. Rule #2: Always hire employees based on their skills and experience. Rule#3: Always avoid… Read more »

Pigalle Employee Claims She Was Sexually Harassed for Looking Too Hot In Jeans

Derek T. Smith Law Group – Employment Attorneys – New York – New Jersey – Philadelphia 24 year old Vanessa Lopez had been working at Pigalle –a restaurant on Eighth Ave in Times Square, New York since 2013. But problems only began this past summer when management informed the employees that for World Cup they… Read more »

New York City Attorney Gordon Kaupp Wins $2.5 Million Verdict on Behalf of Client in New York Sexual Harassment Case

After enduring months of sexual harassment on the job, which resulted in sexual assault, former bartender Tatiana Mironova won a $2.5 million verdict against her former boss. Attorney W. Gordon Kaupp, of the Derek Smith Law Group, PLLC represented Ms. Mironova in the case. Ms. Mironova, a Russian immigrant, won the award against Chef Pasquale… Read more »