ANNAPOLIS – The Senate could vote as early as Wednesday on bills that would ease the standard for proving a hate crime and expand Maryland civil rights law’s definition of “race” to include ethnic hairstyles. On Tuesday, senators gave preliminary ...Read More »
A black Anne Arundel County public school administrator has filed suit against the county board of education, alleging his supervisor told him he “intimidated” his staff and students’ parents before demoting him because of his race. While Michael Lyons was ...Read More »
A Salisbury-based real estate company will pay $25,000 to settle a race discrimination case brought on behalf of an African-American former employee who claimed she was bypassed for promotions because of her race and paid less than white employees who ...Read More »
The owners of McCormick & Schmick’s and M&S Grill have agreed to pay $1.3 million to settle a long-running race discrimination suit, filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in 2008.Read More »
A Timonium construction company has cited reverse race and sex discrimination in seeking to prevent Baltimore City’s Board of School Commissioners from moving forward on a project to replace Waverly Elementary School. CAM Construction Co. Inc. filed a temporary restraining ...Read More »
It was all the Exxon gas leak case this week from The Daily Record’s legal affairs side — at least when it comes to the top stories on our site. Some of those stories and more made it into this ...
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A U.S. appeals court has upheld the dismissal of an $800,000 race discrimination case against the Maryland Judiciary, saying the fired worker’s “conclusory” complaint failed to allege facts that would indicate an unlawful act occurred. Daniel Coleman’s bias complaint failed ...Read More »