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Two prison guards claim Corrections Corporation of America fired them for reporting dangerous, overcrowded conditions, including forced turning off of essential lights in the prison to save on electricity, in San Diego County Court, Chula Vista.

PG&E dissuaded a woman from filing charges after her boss, Dave Fergeson, assaulted and sexually pawed her, and failed to rein Fergeson in despite knowing of his history of this behavior, she claims in Alameda County Court, Oakland.

The Department of Labor accuses Marshfield Manufacturing, Byron Seymour and Joni Seymour of "oppressive child labor," in Kansas City, Mo., Federal Court.

Michael Scanlon claims N3 LLC aka Niche Cubed fired him as its development director for objecting to its practice of refusing to hire black people, or people with "black sounding" names, or homosexuals, in Atlanta Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Eagle Nationwide Mortgage Co., and Sunset Mortgage Co., in a single complaint in Kansas City, Kan., Federal Court; NJR Steel Inc., in Alameda County Court, Oakland; William Ryan Homes of Florida, Jim Walter Homes, and Dream Builders of the Florida Keys, in Tampa Federal Court; Merit Homes, Gulfstream Homes, Absolute Lipo Dissolve, and Curtis Binkley Inc., in Fort Myers Federal Court; Northwestern Meat, in Miami Federal Court; Legacy Infiniti Ltd., in Central Islip, N.Y., Federal Court; and Freed of London Ltd., in Brooklyn Federal Court.

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