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Employment Discrimination – Sexual Harassment – Hostile Environment – Hospital Security Officer (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court awards summary judgment to a hospital in a male security officer’s complaint that he was subjected to sexual harassment and a hostile work environment, based on allegations about flirtatious notes he received from two female ...

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Employment Discrimination – Affirmative Action Specialist – FMLA Leave (access required)

Although a former affirmative action specialist for a global corporation claims she suffered disability discrimination and unlawful retaliation under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act when employer did not promote her and eliminated her position while she ...

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Employment Discrimination – Postal Employee – Gender – Unauthorized Overtime (access required)

A male postal employee who contends he was unfairly targeted by his female supervisor and discriminated against with discipline over unauthorized overtime and other issues, has his suit alleging employment discrimination dismissed by the Newport News U.S. District Court. On ...

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Employment Discrimination – Disability – Mental Illness – Bipolar Disorder (access required)

Although plaintiff, a former software salesman, alleges he suffers from bipolar disorder, he has failed to properly allege that this impairment substantially limits him in a major life activity, and an Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses his employment discrimination suit ...

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Employment Discrimination – Title VII – Exhaustion Of Remedies (access required)

An African-American Director of IT services for defendant financial company waited too long to file an EEOC charge alleging discrimination resulting from removal of his supervisory responsibilities, and neither that race discrimination claim nor his age discrimination claim can survive ...

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