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4th Circuit revives whistleblower case

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has revived in part employment claims filed by one the nation’s leading sickle cell disease researchers. A three-judge panel unanimously reinstated Dr. Duane R. Bonds’ claims under the federal Civil Service Reform and ...

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Employer to pay $90K for retaliation claim

A building services contractor for a Bethesda shopping mall has agreed to pay $90,000 to an employee the company allegedly fired for complaining about race discrimination and sexual harassment by the facility’s owner. Carlos Moulden, a carpentry supervisor, claimed Able ...

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Supreme Court to decide limits on retaliation ban

WASHINGTON — A factory worker was fired days after his fiancee filed a discrimination complaint against their mutual employer. The Supreme Court on Tuesday debated whether to allow him to use discrimination laws to sue his former employer for allegedly ...

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Baltimore nonprofit files housing lawsuit

BALTIMORE — A Baltimore nonprofit has filed a discrimination lawsuit claiming that a Maryland apartment complex made fewer apartments available to black renters. The lawsuit was filed in federal court Wednesday by Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc., which works to combat housing ...

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