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EMPLOYMENT

In another racial discrimination claim against Charlie Sciara & Son Produce Co. and Peter Sciara, a woman claims she was fired for bringing her biracial granddaughter to work. Theresa Henson claims she was told it would give black workers the "wrong idea" about white women in the office, and she claims she was ordered to throw away applications from black people, in Memphis Federal Court.

A class-action complaint in Berrien County Court, Ind., accuses Brickman Group dba Lakewood Landscaping of cheating migrant landscape workers.

Anastasia McCarty claims Zurich Insurance did nothing in response to her complaints that her trainer and co-worker, Robert Erickson, beat her repeatedly, at work and outside of work, but fired her and promoted him, in Chicago Federal Court.

United Parcel Service is accused of enforcing a policy of concealing workplace injuries to reduce its workers compensation rates, in Atlantic County Court, N.J.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Lend America and Ideal Mortgage Bankers, in Central Islip, N.Y., Federal Court; Dynamex and Landauer Metropolitan, in a single claim in Manhattan Federal Court; Rite Wash, in Brooklyn Federal Court; Garfield Beach CVS, in San Diego Superior Court; Yatoo Enterprises, in Houston Federal Court; First Leg Corp., and RNT Suniland, in Miami Federal Court; Security Management Innovations, A-Live & Welding, Protection One Alarm Monitoring, Subway 33182, and National Art Landscape & Design, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; AMK Petroleum Enterprises, and Duffy's Landscape Service, in West Palm Beach Federal Court; and The Krystal Co., in Jacksonville Federal Court.

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