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Parking company reaches settlement with EEOC over firings

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

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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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EEOC alleges woman was fired due to high-risk pregnancy

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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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Baltimore Co. seeks ruling to narrow class affected in back pay case

Baltimore County is asking a federal judge to narrow the class of county employees entitled to damages in an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission age discrimination case. The county owes more than a decade of back pay to some of its employees ...

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EEOC sues Wheaton Ford dealership for alleged harassment by manager

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit Wednesday against a Wheaton Ford dealership for alleged racial, sexual and national origin-based harassment of a former employee. The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt, claims a supervisor at Lindsay ...

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EEOC accuses Greyhound of discrimination based on religious garment

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accused Greyhound Lines Inc. of religious discrimination in a lawsuit Tuesday for failing to accommodate the beliefs of a bus driver. The Dallas-based company allegedly told a Muslim woman hired for a driver position at ...

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EEOC alleges gender pay discrimination in two lawsuits

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced two lawsuits against Maryland businesses Monday. Both suits claim the companies illegally pay female employees less than their male counterparts. A Baltimore-based security company, Davis & Davis Enterprise Inc., is accused of paying ...

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