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Two women has sued Riverhill County Club for discrimination, claiming its general manager Mark Caldwell fired them for "gossiping," though the "gossip" was, in fact, their complaints of his sexual harassment, in San Antonio Federal Court.

Class-action labor complaints against KFC Corp. have been transferred to Minneapolis Federal Court from Phoenix, New Haven, and the Middle District of Alabama.

The owner of Tranquility Home Care, of San Antonio, forced a nurse to submit to his sexual demands, and when she couldn't take it any more and refused him, he fired her, she claims in Bexar County Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Majestic Pictures, and JV Industrial Cos. Ltd., in Los Angeles Superior Court; Little Caesar Enterprises, in Santa Barbara Superior Court; Velocity Express Leasing, in Hartford Federal Court; Meadowlark Assisted Living Community and Sunwest Management, in Sacramento Superior Court; Sarasota Home Care Services, in Tampa Federal Court; and Cody Jack's, in Jacksonville Federal Court.

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