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The U.S. Justice Department is investigating allegations that Baltimore County government has harassed employees over their medical conditions and forced some out of their jobs, according to court documents and people who have spoken with federal...
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The grand jury report that describes Jerry Sandusky's alleged sexual abuse of eight young boys also provides a rough outline of the civil lawsuits Penn State University and its implicated officials are sure to face, legal experts say. And while those...
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Tribune NewspapersDiscount charter airline Direct Air pulled a bit of a stunner this week by announcing that it was suspending operations until mid-May, apparently for failing to pay its fuel bill. The news left many travelers trying to figure out how to get home,...
Toni Jaramilla has been practicing employment law since 1994. She is recognized as a fierce and compassionate lawyer, successfully representing workers in hundreds of cases involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and...
Linda S. Klibanow provides labor and employment law arbitration and mediation services. For 30+ years Ms. Klibanow has specialized in labor and employment law practice. Following 20+ years with the LA firm Parker Milliken where she represented management...
Staff WriterA federal lawsuit charging two Imperial Police Department officers with excessive force causing wrongful death was filed this week in San Diego by the parents of Edmund "Bubba" Gutierrez, an attorney said today. The wrongful death suit was field by...
Verizon Communications has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a discrimination lawsuit charging the telecommunications giant with failing to accommodate hundreds of workers whose absences were caused by their disabilities. The lawsuit and a consent...
Frank Pape leapt into the city's conscience with a gun in his hand — a gun he wasn't afraid to use during his storied career as a Chicago cop. Before he retired in April 1972, he would be called the "city's toughest cop," "the cop all hoodlums...
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Howard has become the first county in Maryland to completely ban smoking at its parks, but it will likely not be the last. "We will see counties all over the state doing this," County Executive Ken Ulman said following a news conference Wednesday at...
Channel 2 NewsAlaska and 18 other states have reached a settlement with debt collector NCO Financial Systems, Inc. (NCOF) resolving allegations of deceptive and unfair debt collection practices. The State of Alaska will receive a share of $26,562. NCOF has agreed to...
To: Richard Cordray, Director Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Dear Mr. Cordray: First, congratulations on your appointment to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Unless the banking interests have their way, your appointment is expected...
email@example.comBeing a staunch protector of kids is no reason to be fired, as Brandon Taliaferro sees it. Yet the former Brown County deputy state's attorney says he thinks that's one of the reasons he lost his job. Taliaferro, who spoke to the American News...
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