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June 21, 2019

5 anchorwomen sued the cable channel Spectrum News NY1, claiming age and gender bias. They said the network tried to push them off the air for younger hosts.

In Central Florida, there are three counties (Orange, Volusia, and Osceola) that have enacted ordinances that expressly prohibit discrimination and retaliation in private sector employment relationships (with one county -- Osceola -- extending the protection to its own...

Lawsuit claims Planet Financial 'funneled money' to loan officers

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A whistleblower lawsuit filed against Planet Financial LLC claims the Maitland mortgage lender paid loan officers twice through Home Team Equity, LLC or HTE, a marketing com...

Original story:

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/06/15/business/pregnancy-discrimination.html

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Pregnancy Discrimination Is Rampant Inside America’s Biggest Companies

Jessica Silver-Greenberg

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When she got pregnant, Otisha Woolbright asked to s...

Kailey Evans says romantic office relationship linked to dismissal

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ORLANDO, Fla. - Kailey Evans, a casualty of the incoming Ayala administration, told News 6 her affair with top prosecutor Deborah Barra led to her dismissal from the State Attorney's Office i...

(click above image for original article in the Orlando Sentinel)

A former prosecutor is suing Orange-Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala on the grounds of discrimination, alleging she was transferred and then fired after a breakup with Ayala’s second-in-command, Chief A...

This article focuses on that of the emerging protections for nursing mothers in the workplace. In recent years, courts have adjudicated claims involving allegations of discriminatory treatment based on the needs of new mothers who are lactating and need to express brea...

Important issues arise concerning FMLA coverage (whether the statute applies to a particular employee), notice requirements, and the benefits and protections of the FMLA as it relates to pregnant and new parent workers.

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