A lawsuit against Yale University is expected to proceed, even after a U.S. district court judge tossed “out one of the seven counts leveled by a former employee who claimed racial discrimination and harassment by his supervisor.” U.S. District Judge Janet Hall decided to dismiss Leon McCalla’s “claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress” because
Lawsuits & Litigation
Office Plant Placement Leads to Racial Discrimination Case
Pastor To Do Prison Time For Illegal Bitcoin Operation
Nurse Receives Settlement From City and University For Officer’s Actions
A lawsuit has been filed against medical device manufacturers in California. Why? Who filed it? Well, it turns out actor Chuck Norris filed the lawsuit, “alleging a chemical used in MRI imaging scans poisoned his wife,” Gena. According to Norris and the lawsuit filed in San Francisco Superior Court, Gadolinium that was injected into his wife “to improve the clarity of her MRIs have left her weak and tired and with debilitating bouts of pain and a burning sensation.”
When most people go to work, they do so with the expectation that they will be respected in the workplace. The last thing many plan on enduring is discrimination of any kind. Unfortunately, workplace discrimination is a far too common experience, and it can happen to anyone. Take Cindy Guthrie, for example. While on the clock as a state employee in Missouri, Guthrie experienced gender and age discrimination and filed a lawsuit against the state of Missouri as a result. Fortunately for her, the lawsuit recently reached a $1.1 million settlement.
Minnesota Sheriff Must Stop DNA Collection Following Settlement
In August 2014, Marine Corps veteran Jason Simcakoski of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, passed away of a drug overdose during his stay at the VA medical center in Tomah, Wisconsin. Simcakoski’s family filed a lawsuit against the government shortly after his death, and just last week it settled for $2.3 million. But what happened to lead to the overdose? Was the VA medical center responsible for the death?
Richmond Pines Faces Several Lawsuits For Negligent Care
Addicts Forced to “Recover” in Plastics Factory, Chicken Processing Plant