Court Recommends Supervalu/Jewel-Osco Be Held in Contempt for Violations of EEOC Consent Decree in Disability Case
Federal Magistrate Judge Michael Mason has entered a Report and Recommendation, in the form of a court order, recommending that the District Court in Chicago find Supervalu / Jewel-Osco in contempt...
DFEH v. LSAC Notice & Compensation Fund Information – information regarding the LSAC nationwide compensation fund, including how to submit a claim and how to contact the Claims Administrator, can be found in the attached notice and at www.LSACconsentdecree.com
Reasonable Accommodation Issues for Disabled...
FCC Moves to Ensure Online Video Clips are Accessible to Americans Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (July 11, 2014)
New Rules Will Require Captioning of Certain Online Video Clips Beginning in 2016
Washington, D.C. – The Federal Communications Commission today approved new rules that will require closed captioning of video clips that are posted online. The new rules further the purpose of the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video...
Dialysis Clinic, Inc. Sued By EEOC For Disability Discrimination
According to the EEOC's lawsuit, Francisca Lee had worked as a nurse at DCI's Sacramento Southgate location for 14 years when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Lee took medical leave in order to have mastectomy surgery and chemotherapy...
Smith v. Department of Public Welfare of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania – 2:13-cv-05670
On June 12, 2014, the United States filed a Statement of Interest in the case of Smith v. Department of Public Welfare of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In Smith, the Plaintiffs alleged that the Commonwealth of...