John Nielsen, a pilot, claims the Rhema Bible Church fired him illegally because he objected to his bosses’ “repeated suggestive, unwelcome and unwanted comments of a sexual nature directed toward (him),” in Tulsa Federal Court.
Kerdell Jackson claims CT Holdings of Missouri aka Complete Transport aka Complete Transport Towne Air Freight retaliated for her truthful complaint of sexual harassment from a supervisor by falsely accusing her of theft and having her arrested, in Atlanta Federal Court.
Donald Hanson claims the Alabama Power Co. retaliated for his complaints of disability discrimination by firing him on trumped-up charges of “un-Southern style behavior,” in Birmingham Federal Court.
A woman claims G&G Enterprises fired her in retaliation for her true complaint that her manager, co-defendant David Gray, forcibly threw her down, pulled her pants down and tried to stuff his penis in her mouth, in Florence, Ala., Federal Court.
The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association sued the State Park Peace Officers Association of California in Sacramento Superior Court, claiming the defendant has no right to dissociate itself from plaintiff, which claims it has rightfully frozen defendant’s funds.
Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Symphony Diagnostic Services No. 1 dba Mobilex USA, in Atlanta Federal Court; Calu Hospitality dba Baymont Inn, in Chicago Federal Court; and Zelinka & Zimmer, PBS of Central Florida, and C. Michael Brown Inc., in a single claim in Fort Pierce Federal Court.