June 4, 2012

Mormons believe they face greater Discrimination than African-Americans

A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life shows that Mormons believe their faith has created greater misunderstandings and prejudice over African-Americans, feeling misunderstood and discriminated against.
April 12, 2012

Felon suing state for lack of weight accommodation in Prison

A 400 pound man, Elias A. Diaz-55 years old, is a felon who spent eight months in jail, and is now claiming that he was given one set of street clothes and that the city did not accommodate for his weight. He alleges that the city did not find him clothes that fit, and is now suing the city for $1 million dollars in a federal lawsuit, for which $500,000 is sought for psychiatric treatment.
August 11, 2011

Verizon to Pay $20 Million to Settle Nationwide EEOC Disability Suit

Verizon Communications and U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have reached a settlement in a nationwide class disability discrimination lawsuit. Verizon has agreed to pay $20 million and provide significant equitable relief to resolve a disability lawsuit.
December 22, 2010

Senior Partner Lenard Leeds of Leeds Morelli & Brown, Champions Clients Against Sexual Harassment on CNN

Lenard Leeds, nationally recognized employment law attorney and senior partner at Leeds Morelli & Brown P.C., appeared on CNN yesterday representing clients Lauren Schlanger, Samantha Romanger, Shivon Super, with regard to their pending lawsuit against Doctor Edward Kleiner. Schlanger, Romanger and Super were employees of Dr. Kleiner at Beach and Surf Medical in Long Beach, New York.  Over the course of their three year employment, they allege that Dr. Kleiner subjected them to almost constant […]