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U.S. Justice Department alleges bias at Glen Burnie used car dealership (access required)

The U.S. Department of Justice alleges a used car dealership in Glen Burnie has a history of discriminatory practices against African Americans looking to purchase a car, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in the U.S. District Court of Maryland.

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EEOC alleges woman was fired due to high-risk pregnancy (access required)

U.S. District Court Greenbelt

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit Wednesday alleging a pet waste removal company discriminated against a woman due to her high-risk pregnancy. Charlottesville, Virginia-based DoodyCalls Inc. hired Amanda Peal earlier this year to work as a pet waste technician ...

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Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Baltimore ordered to pay millions in bias case (access required)

An administrative law judge for the U.S. Department of Labor ordered Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Baltimore to pay more than $6.6 million in a discrimination case regarding the treatment of African-American job applicants. Administrative Law Judge Morris D. Davis found Enterprise RAC Co. ...

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Student alleges ADA violations by Frostburg over vaccine requirement (access required)

A former Frostburg State University student who claims he cannot receive the measles vaccine because he is immunocompromised has sued the school, and the state of Maryland, for blocking him from registering for classes after his first year, which he said ...

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Former court employee sues Baltimore clerk’s office for gender bias (access required)

A former employee of the Baltimore City Circuit Court filed a federal lawsuit against the clerk’s office Thursday, alleging she was fired in retaliation for complaining about sex discrimination. Erica Lunn claims she filed complaints internally saying that the dress code for ...

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Chabad house sues Baltimore County over demolition order (access required)


The operators of a Jewish outreach program are suing Baltimore County for discrimination over an expansion for their Chabad house. The Friends of Lubavitch, the rabbi designated to reside in the Towson Chabad House, and students and alumni who used ...

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MSBA panel: Legal profession still falls short in combating sexual harassment (access required)

OCEAN CITY — The legal profession has made important strides to combat gender discrimination and sexual harassment in recent years, but there remains work to be done, according to a panel discussion at the Maryland State Bar Association’s Legal Summit and ...

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