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The City of Houston fired the chief of its bureau of epidemiology, Osama Ibrahim, because he is Egyptian and Muslim, Ibrahim claims in Federal Court. See complaint.

Dell Computer uses a "Kronos" time-keeping system that cheats employees, a class-action complaint claims in Oklahoma City Federal Court.

Champion Air violated the Railway Labor Act by refusing to deal with the Air Line Pilots Association, the union claims in Minneapolis Federal Court.

Aircraft Service International and United Airlines illegally fired two black workers after subjecting them to racist threats, including the hanging of a bottle of chocolate milk from a noose at their work site, the men claim in New Orleans Federal Court.

Employees claim Morgan Stanley & Co. overinvested their 401(k) money into Morgan Stanley stock, in a class-action ERISA complaint in Manhattan Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Pacific Bell Telephone, AT&T, and SBC Communications, in a single complaint in Fresno Federal Court; ESPG Management Services and CBS Productions, in a single claim in Los Angeles Superior Court; Farmers Insurance Exchange, in Minneapolis Federal Court; and Mark Taylor & Associates, in Jacksonville Federal Court.

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