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Employment

A woman claims Montgomery-Otsego-Schoharie Solid Waste Management Authority Operations Director Glenn Packard forced her to have sex with him, gave her a sexually transmitted disease, threatened her with a knife when she resisted further advances, then fired her, in Albany Federal Court.

The Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO claims AT&T violated a collective bargaining agreement, in a class action in San Antonio Federal Court.

A school safety officer claims Hunter College fired him in retaliation for his continual warnings about the college's lack of safety precautions and its refusal to discipline dangerous students, in New York County Court.

A class action accuses Stuart Jeep/Stuart Volkswagen of firing workers who make valid applications for worker's compensation, in Palm Beach County Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Interstate Distributor Co., in Alameda County Court, Oakland; Bridal Reflections, and Amish Manhattan Farmers Market, in Manhattan Federal Court; Summer Systems, and Lucky Strike Del Amo, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Werner Enterprises and Driver's Management, in Omaha Federal Court; and Bada Restaurants (BluWater Bistro restaurants), in King County Court, Seattle.

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