Employment

     Dr. Donald Ehrenburger told an assistant that she had to “show him how to pour a drink with her breasts … or her job would be in jeopardy,” sexually pawed her, and asked “if he ‘could go down on her,'” constructively firing her, she claims in Pittsburgh Federal Court.




     
     Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Schneider National, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Mobile Magic of California dba AT&T dba Cingular Wireless, in Orange County Court; Peninsula Household Services, in San Jose Federal Court; St. John Hospital and Medical Center, in Detroit Federal Court; Thomson Reuters (Tax and Accounting), in Houston Federal Court; Amsted Industries, in E. St. Louis Federal Court; Barbetta Restaurant, in Manhattan Federal Court; Belvedere Commons, in Columbia, Tenn., TAJ Investments, in Memphis Federal Court; Federal Court; Keiser University, in Tampa Federal Court; and Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., in Fort Myers, Fla., Federal Court.
     (Companies not separated by commas are defendants in the same case.)

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