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PHILADELPHIA – A former Temple University professor is suing the school claiming he was unlawfully terminated because of his age.
A Philadelphia man is suing a CVS pharmacy over allegations of unfair racial discrimination.
An Oregon wine manufacturer is suing for damages of trademark infringement.
A Westmoreland County woman is suing her former employer, claiming that she was fired because she would not give into his sexual advances.
A Vermont trucker is suing another trucker and the transport company who hired him in connection to injuries suffered during a two-vehicle crash in Franklin County.
A union in Philadelphia has sued a trustee for allegedly failing to make timely contributions their employees’ fund.
An accountant who suffers from delayed sleep phase syndrome claims his employer fired him because of his disability despite knowing of his infirmity prior to his employment with the company.
A Cleona equipment operator working for a tank and manufacturing company claims he was let go because he refused to have surgery for a hernia – despite a medical release advising that the surgery was not necessary.
A woman from the Philippines claims she was passed over as a shift manager at Arby’s in Mercer County because of her accent.
A West Grove man has filed a class-action lawsuit against his former employer alleging unfair pay standards, and violation of federal and state laws.