Posts made in January, 2013


Violation of Family Medical Leave Act

Violation of Family Medical Leave Act


Posted By on Jan 31, 2013

1/31/13 CINCINNATI (AP) — An Ohio woman who says she was fired after missing three months of work during treatment for breast cancer has sued her former employer and its managing partner, accusing them of discriminating against her and violating federal law. Jeanine Gaver of Waynesville, about 35 miles northeast of Cincinnati, accuses Digestive Specialists and her supervisor, Dr. Ramesh Gandhi, of violating the Family and Medical...

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Oklahoma has “Dram Shop” laws against continuing to serve drunk patrons. After consuming alcohol at Eddie’s Place Restaurant and Bar, David Huffman drove off and collided head-on with Matt and Meredith Eastridge’s SUV at 74 mph. Meredith Eastridge, 30, was six months pregnant. She suffered a ruptured uterus and the fetus died. She also suffered tears to her bowel and abdominal muscles. Her past medical expenses totaled about $200,000....

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Religious discrimination at work


Posted By on Jan 22, 2013

Religious Discrimination at work. It also applies to Christians: a Burger King in Texas agreed to pay $25,000 to a Pentecostal woman who wore a skirt to work, court documents state. The payment settles a lawsuit filed in August by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) against Fries Restaurant Management, LLC, which owns and operates the Burger King in Grand Prairie, Texas. The store allegedly asked a teenage woman to...

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