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Payroll Count May Show Title VII ‘Employer’ (access required)

A daycare teacher who alleges she was demoted then terminated in violation of Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act has raised a genuine issue of material fact that defendant daycare center is a covered employer, says a magistrate ...

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Discharge for Alleged Bogus Harassment Claim (access required)

A government contract employee who alleges he was removed from his consultant position on complaints by the supervising company that his work was shoddy and he had sexually harassed a female independent contractor has not alleged claims for race discrimination ...

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‘Race’ Claim Overlaps ‘National Origin’ Charge (access required)

Although plaintiff truck driver, a native of Puerto Rico, only checked boxes for “national origin” and “retaliation” in his EEOC charge and scribbled over the box for “race,” a Richmond U.S. District Court says he is not barred from pursuing ...

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Delivery Drivers Challenge Contractor Status (access required)

In this dispute over employee classification and wages for Massachusetts-based drivers for a Virginia-based package delivery company, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says a Massachusetts statute on independent contractors can be applied to the case, and the court will allow ...

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