The California Supreme Court ruled Monday that Catholic Charities must provide its employees in California with medical coverage for birth control, in spite of its religious objections to contraception.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that employers may require applicants to arbitrate rather than litigate workplace discrimination claims as a condition of gaining employment. Source: K. Moran eventually filed suit against Murtaugh Miller alleging employment discrimination in violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, violation of the Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act, and negligent infliction of emotional distress.
The constitutionality of Hayward's living-wage law was affirmed last week by an Alameda County judge in his ruling on a class-action lawsuit against national uniform supplier Cintas Corp. Sam's Club, the wholesale chain store owned and operated by Wal-Mart, violated federal law by compelling Latino employees to endure a hostile work environment based upon their Mexican national origin, the U.
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It is already making it easier for her to fight discrimination in the workplace, sporting organisations and educational institutions. Lawyers representing injured workers filed the first legal challenge to the recent overhaul of the state workers' compensation system on Wednesday, contending that new rules could force injured employees to change doctors in the middle of treatment.
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The decision to certify the lawsuit as a class action makes this the largest private civil rights case ever. Jenkins had recently left. Fischer said that each manager's claims would have to be examined separately and that the case failed to meet all requirements of a class action.
The Supreme Court agreed to consider whether a whistleblower prosecutor may sue his former employers for retaliation after he reported possible wrongdoing by the sheriff's office.