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Md. high court will hear town’s appeal of national origin bias verdict

Maryland’s top court will consider whether a Prince George’s County town illegally discriminated against a Palestinian-American towing company owner in awarding a towing contract. The Court of Appeals on Wednesday agreed to hear Riverdale Park’s appeal of a lower court’s ...

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M&T Bank violated ADA’s accommodation duty, judge rules

M&T Bank violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to provide the reasonable accommodation of reassignment for a Baltimore branch manager after she took short-term disability leave during her complicated pregnancy, a federal judge has ruled. But U.S. District ...

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Pregnancy bias claim can proceed against Baltimore company, judge says

A federal judge has permitted a woman to pursue a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit against Baltimore-based MET Laboratories Inc., saying a jury question exists as to whether the company validly fired her for lying on her time reports or illegally terminated ...

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