March 12, 2013

Gay Stuyvesant Worker Loses Suspension Appeal

Christopher Asch, a 20-year veteran librarian and media specialist at the magnet school Stuyvesant High School, was accused of touching students in a way that made them uncomfortable between 2005 and 2008. The librarian was later suspended amid such accusations. Christopher Asch filed a discriminatory case, claiming he was suspended because he is gay. The New York County Supreme Court vacated the suspension, finding that the ruling has the possibly unintentional effect of discriminating against […]
March 8, 2013

Three women move forward with $100 million sexual discrimination

Three women have filed a lawsuit against a Manhattan doctor. The women are accusing Dr. Arden Kaisman, their boss, of being a pervert who runs his office like an animal house. Yahaira Hernandez, Esther Herarte and Jennifer Stern had their $100 million civil suit against him reinstated. The lawsuit had been dismissed the lawsuit, however, the state Court of Appeals overturned a 2011 ruling tossing the sexual discrimination lawsuit against. The women accused Kaisman of […]
October 9, 2012

Queens housekeeper says his Manhattan boss wanted his back rubbed — not his pots scrubbed

Bilguudei Ganhuyag, a 24-year-old Queens man, has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against his employer, John Landrum Bryant. Bryant is a multi-millionaire who crafts alligator skin tables and brass peacock doorknobs. Bryant lives in a $7 million duplex with his philanthropist wife, Patricia Bauman, a real estate heiress. Ganhuyag claims the Bryant was more interested in his backrubbing skills than his skills as a housekeeper. Ganhuyag is seeking $6 million in damages for the harassment […]