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March 2018 Archives

NFL cheerleader claims discrimination

A professional cheerleader has filed a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleging discrimination by the New Orleans Saints and the National Football League (NFL). Some Pennsylvania residents may be surprised to learn the manner in which at least one pro football organization enforces workplace rules.

Microsoft makes its data about sexual harassment claims public

Pennsylvania residents may be interested to learn that Microsoft has released data about its internal investigations of sexual harassment complaints. According to information originally part of a company email to Microsoft employees, the company received 83 complaints in 2017 from within its U.S. workforce of over 65,000 people.

Lawsuit alleges discrimination against worker with anxiety

Pennsylvania workers may be interested in the details of a lawsuit that has been filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against a skilled nursing facility. The lawsuit alleges that the company discriminated against an employee by first denying her medical leave and then firing her for reasons related to a medical condition.

ERISA litigation alleges waste at Georgetown

Pennsylvania residents may want to keep an eye on a lawsuit that was recently filed in Washington D.C. against Georgetown University for the latest in fiduciary standards relating to employee benefit programs. The lawsuit was filed in federal court under the Employee Retirement and Income Security Act (ERISA), and it alleges the university failed to properly protect the retirement assets of invested plan beneficiaries.