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A Jewish worker sued Kline Oilfield Equipment for discrimination, claiming it tolerated comments to him such as "Oops, Hitler missed one," and "f---ing Jew bastard," and demoted and fired him for complaining, in Tulsa Federal Court.

U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis says that Furamar, whose acrobats perform at schools in the United States and Canada, pays less than minimum wage and stiffs workers for overtime, in Las Vegas Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Bethel Healthcare, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Ikon Office Solutions, in San Diego Federal Court; ITT Technical Institute, in Boise Federal Court; Kisco Senior Living, in Santa Clara County Court, Calif.; Countrywide Financial Corp., in an ERISA claim, and Randstad Work Solutions, in Chicago Federal Court; Enterprise Rent a Car, in White Plains, N.Y., Federal Court; Solomon Page Group, in Manhattan Federal Court; Marina Ice Cream Corp., in Brooklyn Federal Court; The Wedge Medical Center, in Philadelphia Federal Court; Blue Fin Restaurant, in Middlesex County Court, Woburn, Mass.; and Laiton Inc. / International Plaza Resort & Spa, in Orange County Court, Fla.

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