Employment

     A Jewish employee claims managers at Advance Auto Parts called him a “dirty Jew” and a “Christ killer,” refused to let him take off Yom Kippur because it’s not a “real holiday,” called him a “crybaby Jew” for complaining that a swastika and a picture of Hitler were left at his desk, and fired him when he complained of all this, in Oklahoma City Federal Court.

     
     Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Bank of America, National Association, in San Diego Federal Court; Kindred Healthcare and Specialty Hospitals of Southern California, Passport to Learning, and Spot Runner, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Network Infrastructure Corp., in Phoenix Federal Court; Plaza Mexico (Mama Mexico restaurants), in Manhattan Federal Court; Café Formaggio Italian Restaurant, in Central Islip, N.Y., Federal Court; America’s Catch Catfish Farms, and Heartland Catfish Co., in Greenville, Miss., Federal Court; Echosphere and Dish Network fka Echostar Satellite, in Tulsa Federal Court; and Garibaldi’s Mexican Restaurant, in Orlando Federal Court.
     (Companies not separated by commas are defendants in the same case.)

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