Magnolia NA, LLC, which owns and operates Magnolia Place Personal Care Home, an assisted-living facility located in New Albany, Miss., will pay $20,000 to settle a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit brought by the EEOC.
According to the EEOC's suit, Magnolia hired an employee to ... Read
A federal appeals court has upheld a jury verdict of over $1.5 million in the EEOC's lawsuit against a High Point, N.C.-based logistics services provider for sexual harassment and retaliation. The EEOC had charged the company with subjecting three temporary female employees to sexual ... Read
Newport News Industrial Corporation has agreed to pay $65,000 and provide substantial injunctive relief to settle an employment discrimination lawsuit filed by the EEOC. The EEOC said the company fired an employee because she complained she was being discriminated against based on her ... Read
Helmerich & Payne, Inc. (H&P), a Tulsa-based drilling contractor, will pay a former employee $59,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit brought by the EEOC.
According to the EEOC's lawsuit, the oil contractor forced a derrick hand at H&P's Alice, ... Read
Unit Drilling Company, a nationwide oil drilling company, will pay $400,000 and furnish other relief to settle a systemic sex discrimination lawsuit filed by the EEOC. The EEOC had alleged that Unit Drilling refused to hire any women nationwide on its oil rigs.
According to the ... Read
Howard University, a historically black university in the District of Columbia, will pay $35,000 and furnish significant equitable relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit.
The EEOC charged that Clarence Muse, who has diabetes that resulted in kidney failure, applied ... Read
Rinnier Development Company, a commercial and residential real estate company, together with its related companies, will pay $25,000 and furnish significant equitable relief to settle a race discrimination lawsuit filed by EEOC.
The Salisbury, Md.-based Rinnier, which manages ... Read
One male colleague called her “Big Girl,” a belittling nod to her 6-foot-tall stature. Another was said to make obscene gestures when he heard her voice over the company radio. A third reportedly dismissed her complaints of harassment, saying she was “losing her mind” or ... Read
A federal judge has ordered a Minnesota employer to pay a monster $2.1 million in legal fees for work by its opposing counsel in an employment discrimination case. That was in addition to the $100,000 for emotional distress and another $170,000, representing double the amount of lost wages, ... Read
The factors used to evaluate ministerial exception claims did not become clear until 2012, when the Supreme Court decided EEOC v. Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church, however, there are still many potential issues to be resolved.
In that case involving a parochial school ... Read