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Union Pacific Railroad allows workers to post swastikas and "white power" graffiti and call black workers "n -ers" and "monkeys," and demoted and harassed a black supervisor who complained of it, Antwon Ross claims in Chicago Federal Court.

Gold Star Chili allowed its Gold Star Restaurant manager, Abdullah Hannah, to sexually molest and rape an employee, a Cambodian immigrant who could not afford to quit her job, she claims in Cincinnati Federal Court.

Employees claim Huntington Bancshares imprudently overinvested their retirement savings in its own stock, at inflated prices, in a class-action ERISA claim in Columbus, Ohio, Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: A.G. Edwards & Sons, in San Diego Federal Court; Shield Security, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Royal Mortgage, Landmark Financial Services and Monarch Mortgage Consulting, in a single claim in Detroit Federal Court; SME Holding Corp. dba Key Food, in Manhattan Federal Court; Planned Security Services, in Essex County Court, Newark; Leaman Building Materials, in Houston Federal Court; OS Restaurant Services dba Outback Steakhouse, in Chicago Federal Court; Avalon Care Center-Merced Hy-Lond, in Merced County Court; Neoskin Laser Hair Removal, in Ventura County Court, Simi Valley; Falcon Towing and Heavy Duty Transportation, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; and Ryland Homes of Florida Realty Corp., and Jireh Residential Care, in Tampa Federal Court.

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