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Roberts Dairy tolerated vicious racism and white supremacist pamphleteering at work, and its managers threatened to break a worker's legs if he complained about it and kill his Hispanic wife and grandkids, the man claims in Omaha Federal Court.

A woman claims her boss at Comfort Suites-Ennis, Robert Peterson, sexually assaulted her and fired her when she refused to let him do it again, in Dallas Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: IHOP for discriminating against black employees, in Chicago Federal Court; the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi for discriminating against women and minorities, and Gristede's Foods, in Manhattan Federal Court; TVI Inc., in San Diego Federal Court; Pan American Agriculture Corp., in Ventura County Court, Calif.; Arizona Public Service Co., in Phoenix Federal Court; American Restaurant Group, in Santa Clara County Court, Calif.; Suncoast Beverage Sales, and Catalyst Contracting, in Fort Myers, Fla., Federal Court; Pinnacle Airlines, Alpha Omega Veterans Services, the YWCA, Delta Metals Co., Action Interiors, Bluff City Road Service, and Securitypoint Protection Services, in Memphis Federal Court; Transportation Made Simple, in Delta, Miss., Federal Court; and American Management Services, in Jackson, Miss., Federal Court.

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