February 6, 2012

Tyson Discrimination Verdict Restored By Appeals Court

Last year the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit ruled that there were no racial undertones when a white manager at a Tyson chicken plant in Alabama called black men working there “boy.”
January 23, 2012

AutoZone Injunction to make Reasonable Accommodation for Disabilities

A federal court in Illinois has ordered an injunction against AutoZone, Inc., to reasonably accommodate for disabilities of its retail employees in central Illinois for three years and must keep records of these requests for four years.
August 29, 2011

Recent Grad Suit Claims Minnesota High School's Homecoming Event is Racist

Quera Pruitt, an African-American student and recent graduate, is suing a high school she attended, claiming it allowed a “racist” and “bigoted” school spirit event to occur.