Employment

     A broker claims ICAP Securities fired him for refusing to participate in its “fraudulent, criminal” practice of “posting fictitious and knowingly inaccurate trading information on live trading screens … to fraudulently lure customs into trading transactions,” in Hudson County Court, N.J.




     
     Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Home Depot, in Los Angeles Federal Court; J.C. Penney, St. Vincent Medical Center, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, The Pepsi Bottling Group, Williams Floor Covering, and Healthcare Services Group, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Expeditors International of Washington, in San Francisco Federal Court; Colson Mortgage Co., in Fort Worth Federal Court; Thompson & Harvey Transportation, in Fresno Federal Court; Halsted Communications, in Williamsport, Pa., Federal Court; Fidelity Information Corp., in Columbus, Ohio, Federal Court; La Pequeña Colombia Bakery, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; and Xquisite Events, and Manucy & Associates, in West Palm Beach Federal Court.

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