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‘Sporadic’ misgendering of recently transitioned transgender employee didn’t create hostile environment
Though the employee was offended by the coworkers’ use of “him” or “he” after she began identifying as a female, the alleged incidents were not sufficiently severe or...
Sales associate fired same day as cancer diagnosis advances bias, retaliation claims
The employee, who alleged that post-disability scrutiny resulted in her being singled out for punishment, claimed that although she was the most productive member of her team, she was the only one...
Plaintiffs cite California’s A.B. 5—and Uber’s defiance of it—in latest gig suit
Law firm Lichten and Liss-Riordan references Uber’s pledge to defy California’s A.B. 5 in its latest class action wage-hour complaint against the rideshare company. Lichten and Liss-Riordan, P.C. has...
Medical assistant can sue former supervisor, a surgeon who spread rumors about her outside of work
By Harold S. Berman J.D. A medical assistant can pursue her retaliation claim against her former supervisor under an Oregon anti-discrimination statute even though he was not her employer and his...
Do displaced Uber drivers have a WARN Act claim? Arbitrator, then court, will decide
When Uber pulled out of Austin, Texas, it sidelined 10,000 drivers without advance notice, a proposed class action WARN suit alleges—another front in the ongoing legal battle over the employment...