A Price Chopper store refused to remove vile racist graffiti from its rest room, and when an employee complained of that inaction to the EEOC, Price Chopper fired him, the man claims in Kansas City, Kan., Federal Court.
A woman claims that Frank Radil, her boss at International Matex Tank Terminals, in Bayonne, N.J., assaulted and battered her, exposed himself to her, told her to “suck it,” sexually groped her, and harassed her with calls to her home, in Hudson County Court.
Dennis Keys claims Southwest Business Colleges Inc. dba Tucson College wrongfully fired him for telling students and administrators that the school was giving students false information, in Pima County Court, Tucson.
An employee claims John Wilkie, owner of Wilkie Trucking, sexually groped and harassed her while she was undergoing a sex change process from male to female, and wrongfully fired her, in a discrimination claim in Camden Superior Court, N.J.
Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: The Regus Group, in San Diego Superior Court; BCI Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Los Angeles, Marwaha Sons Inc., and United Protective Private Security Services, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Waupaca Foundry, in Green Bay, Wis., Federal Court; Bridges Inc., fka Lake County Association for the Retarded, in Hammond, Ind., Federal Court; and Leading Edge Logistics, Advanced Systems Inc. of Suncoast, Impact Pest Management, and Buccaneer Landscape Management Corp., in Tampa Federal Court.