A fired customer service agent’s discrimination lawsuit against a Bethesda high-tech security products company might have been headed to trial if the black employee had sufficiently alleged that a supervisor’s belated Google search of a past gun incident was a ...Read More »
Montgomery County will have to defend at trial its decision to deny a blind woman a job at its call center after a U.S. appeals court revived the woman’s claim that the county violated federal law by not reasonably accommodating her disability.Read More »
A demoted but later reinstated guard at the Baltimore County Detention Center can proceed with his disability discrimination claim after a federal judge ruled a jury should decide if the county unlawfully forced the employee to accept the demotion without considering possible accommodations for his debilitating condition.Read More »
A consulting firm has agreed to pay $75,000 to settle an Americans with Disabilities Act claim the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission brought on behalf of a former Rockville employee who claimed the company fired her rather than making job-related accommodations for her postpartum depression.Read More »
Two fired Eastern Shore elementary school principals can proceed with their age and race or gender discrimination claims after a federal judge rejected the Kent County Board of Education’s motion for dismissal and expressed doubt about the panel’s benign explanation for the terminations.
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