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Baltimore audiovisual firm settles EEOC disability bias claim (access required)

A Baltimore-based provider of audio-video services has agreed to pay $25,000 to a sales administrator the company allegedly fired after denying her request to work remotely one day per week to accommodate her anxiety and depression. Design & Integration Inc.’s ...

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NIH’s security firm settles job bias claim for $1.6M (access required)

The National Institutes of Health’s security firm has agreed to pay $1.6 million to settle a federal agency’s claim that it systematically harassed, discriminated and retaliated against employees born in Africa. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleged MVM Inc. ...

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Expert: $6.5M in back pay owed in Baltimore Co. pension lawsuit (access required)

Baltimore County may owe more than $6 million plus interest to older employees in an age discrimination case affecting roughly 12,000 people who were improperly overcharged for their contributions to the county’s pension system. An expert for the Equal Employment Opportunity ...

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EEOC alleges medical firm fired employee with cancer over leave request (access required)

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A Rockville-based medical practice allegedly fired an employee who had breast cancer rather than accommodate her, according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. National Spine & Pain Centers LLC, which has more than 60 offices in Maryland and elsewhere, is ...

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Parking company reaches settlement with EEOC over firings (access required)

LAZ Parking will pay $155,000 and refrain from discrimination based on national origin under an agreement with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The EEOC alleged that LAZ Parking, which operates parking lots nationwide, eliminated three long-term employees based on ...

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Baltimore Co. loses bid to narrow class entitled to back pay in lawsuit (access required)

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Baltimore County’s bid to narrow the class of county employees entitled to damages in an age discrimination case was rejected by a federal judge Monday, making some 12,000 pension beneficiaries eligible for relief. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled ...

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