Despite talk of a settlement offer in the lawsuit over a retirement community being marketed to Muslim buyers in Harford County, the parties continue to spar in letters to the court and accuse each other of being uncooperative.Read More »
The owner and builder of a townhouse subdivision in Harford County marketed as a retirement community for Muslims are asking a federal judge to issue an injunction requiring the government to issue necessary permits so construction can continue, alleging religious bias ...Read More »
A delivery logistics company is facing a federal religious discrimination lawsuit for allegedly rescinding a job offer to a Jewish employee who could not work on Rosh Hashana. Tzvi McCloud was hired for a customer service position in Georgia-based XPO ...Read More »
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has accused the National Federation of the Blind of firing an employee who said he could not work on Saturdays for religious reasons. Joseph R. Massey II was hired for a bookkeeping position at ...Read More »
An Orthodox Jewish former employee of the Baltimore City Department of Transportation has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit claiming the department refused to accommodate his request to take off work on Saturdays. Reuven Perlman, who worked as a parking control ...Read More »
Brandon Jenkins’ interview for Baltimore County Community College’s radiation-therapy program nosedived in 2013 after he told interviewers that “God led him” to a career in that medical field, he claims in a federal lawsuit alleging religious discrimination.
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