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Employment

Verizon's director of public communications William Williams, at its Woodlawn, Md., office forced a woman to have sex with him 25 times on pain of losing her job, she claims in Baltimore Federal Court.

Honda of America covertly charged employees excessive management fees on their retirement accounts, according to an ERISA class action in Columbus, Ohio, Federal Court.

Medilodge of Sterling Heights fired her on false allegations that she ate leftover potatoes, says a woman who claims it was gender discrimination, in Detroit Circuit Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Pacific Eagle International Security, in San Diego Superior Court; Gristede's Foods, in Manhattan Federal Court; Marine Center of Indiana, in Indianapolis Federal Court; Weyand East Food Service, and Motorcycle Freight, in Orlando Federal Court.

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