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Key Energy Services and Pronto! Temporary Services conspired to fire a driver because he refused to alter logs to make it appear that he was not driving for more than 10 hours a day, John Crouse claims in Dallas County Court.

The Urban League of Rhode Island fired her because she truthfully reported that it was getting federal money for a GED class that included students who already had a GED, Icilda Nembhard claims in Providence Superior Court.

The Church of St. Joseph the Worker, Maple Grove, Minn. Fired a woman, an 11-year employee, for allegedly having an "inappropriate relationship" with a co-worker, but didn't fire the man, Deborah Stepanek claims in Hennepin County Court, Minn.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Sutter Health, in Sacramento Superior Court; Foresight Management Services, in San Francisco Federal Court; American Laser Centers, in Flint, Mich., Federal Court; Soho Grand, Tribeca Grand and Hartz Mountain Industries, in a single claim in Manhattan Federal Court; Vital Care America and Rehabcare Group and affiliates, Physicians Management Group Holdings and Bertram Capital Management, Starbucks Corp., and The Johnny Rockets Group, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Data Return, and Caviness Packing Co., in Dallas Federal Court; HMI Associates, in Ventura County Court, Calif.; Elite Collateral Recovery, in Newark Federal Court; and PAFB DD Foods, in West Palm Beach Federal Court.

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