Court Unseals Order Conditionally Certifying Age Discrimination Collective Action Suit Against IKEA Filed By Console Mattiacci Law

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — On October 1, 2019, the Honorable Anita B. Brody of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania unsealed the Court’s May 16, 2019 Order and Memorandum conditionally certifying an… Read moreCourt Unseals Order Conditionally Certifying Age Discrimination Collective Action Suit Against IKEA Filed By Console Mattiacci Law

Robert De Niro accused of abusive, ‘sexist’ comments in $12M discrimination suit by ex-assistant

Graham Chase Robinson (L) and Robert De Niro Courtesy of Sanford Heisler Shar (L) | Getty Images (R) Robert De Niro was slapped with a gender discrimination lawsuit Thursday by his former female executive assistant, who claims the “Taxi Driver”… Read moreRobert De Niro accused of abusive, ‘sexist’ comments in $12M discrimination suit by ex-assistant

Female Chester County Police Officer Wins Gender Discrimination Case Against East Whiteland Township

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Console Mattiacci Law, LLC won a unanimous jury verdict in a gender discrimination case in federal court on behalf of police officer, Sian Keating, against East Whiteland Township, her former employer. Officer Keating… Read moreFemale Chester County Police Officer Wins Gender Discrimination Case Against East Whiteland Township

UPS Paying $2.25 Million To Avoid Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit

UPS Inc (NYSE: UPS) has agreed to a $2.25 million settlement to resolve a dispute alleging that the company discriminated against pregnant parcel workers. The agreement reached with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will provide payment to UPS workers… Read moreUPS Paying $2.25 Million To Avoid Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit

Chaska Families Represented by Nichols Kaster, PLLP and Madia Law LLC File Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Eastern Carver County School District for Rampant Race Discrimination

MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — On September 3, 2019, six African-American students, through their parents, filed a civil rights lawsuit against Independent School District 112 a/k/a Eastern Carver County Schools, alleging severe and pervasive racism at the district’s Chaska,… Read moreChaska Families Represented by Nichols Kaster, PLLP and Madia Law LLC File Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Eastern Carver County School District for Rampant Race Discrimination

Many minorities avoid seeking credit due to generations of discrimination. Why that keeps them back

Image Source | DigitalVision | Getty Images For many minorities in America, it’s an all too familiar scene. An applicant who is a person of color and and applies for credit is either denied or gets much worse terms than… Read moreMany minorities avoid seeking credit due to generations of discrimination. Why that keeps them back

LGBTQ YouTubers file lawsuit claiming discrimination, say leaders just paying ‘lip service’

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki speaks during the opening keynote address at the Google I/O 2017 Conference at Shoreline Amphitheater on May 17, 2017 in Mountain View, California. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Several LGBTQ YouTube creators are criticizing executives’ promises… Read moreLGBTQ YouTubers file lawsuit claiming discrimination, say leaders just paying ‘lip service’

WomenHeart, Other Patient Groups Say Proposed Rule Erodes Protections from Discrimination, Impairs Access to Critical Health Services

Fourteen patient and consumer groups representing millions of people nationwide with serious, chronic, and acute conditions urged the Administration to withdraw a proposed rule that would roll back key elements of Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act. Comments (which… Read moreWomenHeart, Other Patient Groups Say Proposed Rule Erodes Protections from Discrimination, Impairs Access to Critical Health Services

If you want the American dream, ‘you ought to move to Canada,’ says Ford Foundation president

For a chance at the American dream, look to the U.S.’ northern neighbor, Ford Foundation President Darren Walker told CNBC on Friday. “That American dream as we know it, which was the envy of the world, is no longer the… Read moreIf you want the American dream, ‘you ought to move to Canada,’ says Ford Foundation president

Snap-on CEO: Demeaning the working class ‘one of the last politically correct forms of bigotry’

Snap-on Chairman and CEO Nicholas Pinchuk said Friday that blue collar workers in middle America are in favor of President Donald Trump because they are sick of being looked down on. “They became aware that saying pejorative things — the… Read moreSnap-on CEO: Demeaning the working class ‘one of the last politically correct forms of bigotry’

What You Need To Know About NORML Canada’s New Post-Legalization Program

NORML Canada, one of Canada’s most notable cannabis consumer non-profit groups, is launching an official post-legalization platform Thursday, Oct. 17, at 4 p.m. EST, at the Hotbox Lounge in Toronto, Ontario. The even marks the first anniversary of adult use… Read moreWhat You Need To Know About NORML Canada’s New Post-Legalization Program

One of the biggest reasons women aren’t getting ahead at work, according to a new survey

In the past five years, workplaces have had many conversations about harassment and equality, with the rise of the Me Too and Time’s Up movements. But as a result, has anything really changed for women? That’s what the fifth annual… Read moreOne of the biggest reasons women aren’t getting ahead at work, according to a new survey

Judge’s Decision to Overrule Jury Over Christmas Lights Case Appealed to Ninth Circuit

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho, Oct. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — First Liberty Institute and the law firm Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, LLP urged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to reverse an Idaho judge’s decision to overrule a jury’s… Read moreJudge’s Decision to Overrule Jury Over Christmas Lights Case Appealed to Ninth Circuit