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Chick-Fil-A fired a manager because of her sexual orientation and because she did not live according to her boss's conception of Christianity, the woman says in a discrimination claim in Shreveport Federal Court. See complaint.

Twenty-seven workers accuse Cashcall and Paul Reddam of cheating them of wages and overtime, in Santa Ana, Calif., Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: First American Title Co., in Orange County Court, Calif.; Deloitte & Touche, on behalf of workers who allegedly did accounting work without a license, in San Francisco Federal Court; Lantz Security Systems, Uncle Commercials, and Tres Bien Productions, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Central Concrete Supply, on behalf of Ready Mix truck drivers, in Alameda County Court, Oakland; Corporate Housing Associates dba Woodlands Interim Housing, in Houston Federal Court;Atlantic Towers Apartment Corp., in Brooklyn Federal Court;Green Bay Dressed Beef, in Green Bay Federal Court; Nopalitos Mexico, in San Bernardino County Court, Rancho Cucamonga; Said's Woodcarving of NY, in New York County Court; Barbour Produce Co., Frank Stewart Trucking, and Reich & Mancini, in Fort Pierce, Fla., Federal Court; and Sureguard Security and Patrol, and A&J&S Donuts, in West Palm Beach Federal Court.

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