September 17, 2012

Truck Dealership sued for National Origin Discrimination and Sexual Harassment

In Seattle, a used-truck dealership was sued for national origin discrimination by violating a federal law and for sexual harassment. The lawsuit was brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). It was claimed that the dealership’s general manager engaged in ongoing harassment aimed at a Filipino American male employee. The dealership is accused of failing to stop the same sex abuse. The dealership is currently ranked as the top independent truck dealer in […]
August 8, 2012

Howard University Failed to Hire Applicant Due to His Disability

Howard University in the District of Columbia has been charged with violating federal law when it refused to hire an applicant for a security position at its hospital because of his disability, diabetes. The EEOC filed a lawsuit against Howard University, founded in 1862, and a private, historically black university. Howard University Hospital is a division of the University at large and is subject to its employment policies and procedures. According to the lawsuit, Clarence […]
August 8, 2012

Hawaii HealthCare Professionals Ordered to Pay over $190,000 for Age Discrimination

The Hawaii Healthcare Professionals, Inc., and its owner have been ordered to pay $193,236 to a woman allegedly fired due to her age. The U.S. District Judge Alan C. Kay ordered a default judgment against the company. The judgment resolves an age discrimination lawsuit filed by the EEOC against the Honolulu-based home health care services company in 2010. Debra Moreno, a then-54-year-old office coordinator at its Maui facility, was terminated in 2008 by the company’s […]