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Howard Begay was electrocuted by a generator while working at a mine near Kayenta, his survivors claim in a wrongful death suit against Bucyrus International, Marathon Electric and General Electric, in Prescott, Ariz., Federal Court.

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals fired him because he refused his manager's demand to convert to the sort of Christianity espoused by the manager, Caleb Priceclaims in Dallas County Court.

Citigroup violated ERISA by investing employees' 401(k) assets in Citigroup stock, according to a class-action complaint in Manhattan Federal Court.

Nature's Power Neutraceuticals is accused of wrongfully firing an employee who complained that it was selling products as organic though they are not, in Sacramento Superior Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Fundamental Health Care, in Chicago Federal Court; Odd Ball Cabaret & Valley Ball Management, Toledo Homes & MSB Contractors, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan & Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, and Pacific Health Corp. dba Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis, in Memphis Federal Court; Sunstone Hotel Properties and Interstate Hotels & Resorts, in San Diego Superior Court; Nieves Landscape, in Orange County Court, Calif.; Don King Productions, in West Palm Beach Federal Court; Hollywood Kidz Care, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; ADT Security Services, in King County Court, Seattle; Alamo Drafthouse, in Austin Federal Court; and A Bar T Construction, TGM Associates, TGM Realty Partners and other TGM entities, in a single claim in Dallas Federal Court.

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