In a recently-filed complaint, captioned Simchi-Levi v. Kobra Int’l d/b/a Nicole Miller (NY Sup. Ct. NY Cty Index 152114/2017, filed Mafch 5, 2017), plaintiff asserts claims of pregnancy discrimination under the New York State and City Human Rights Laws, and a claim of failure to pay earned sick time under the New York City Earned […]
In a recently-filed sexual harassment lawsuit, captioned Green v. Exusia, Inc. and Trevor Silver (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Index # 151989/2017, filed March 1, 2017), plaintiff (a lawyer) asserts claims of gender discrimination, hostile work environment, and retaliation under the New York State and City Human Rights Laws against defendants Exusia, Inc. (a New York based […]
In a recently-filed lawsuit, Baker v. Olive Garden et al., EDNY 17-cv-00392 (filed 1/25/17), plaintiff (an Olive Garden waitress) alleges, inter alia, that she was subjected to sexual harassment – including sexual comments and touching – by her manager.
In a recently-filed lawsuit, captioned Andoos v. City of New York, et al (EDNY 17-cv-00378 filed 1/23/17), a Staten Island Ferry Assistant Captain asserts claims of sexual harassment, sex discrimination, and retaliation under Title VII, the NYS Human Rights Law, and the NYC Human Rights Law.
In a recently-filed Manhattan federal lawsuit, captioned Dr. Julie A. Jordan v. The Julliard School (SDNY 17-cv-491, filed Jan. 23, 2017), plaintiff Julie A. Jordan (age 62) asserts that she was terminated from her position as a Julliard piano faculty member after 30 years of service because of her age, in violation of the Age […]
In a recently-filed New York state court lawsuit, Valenti v. American International Group et al. (NY Sup. Ct. NY Cty. 150678/2017, filed 1/20/17), plaintiff asserts claims of sexual harassment, hostile work environment, and retaliation under the New York City and State Human Rights Laws. In her complaint, plaintiff describes the atmosphere at the company as […]
Here is the recently-filed lawsuit, captioned Springs v. City of New York et al (SDNY 17-cv-00451), in which a black firefighter alleges that he endured sexual hazing and race discrimination. Among other things, plaintiff alleges that one defendant told him “I don’t like you … blacks getting on the job this way. You don’t have good […]
In a lawsuit filed on January 5, 2017 captioned Heffernan v. Delta Airlines et al (N.Y. Sup. Ct. N.Y. Cty. Index 150092/2017), plaintiffs allege, inter alia, that their “mentor” (Delta employee) Mike Keve exposed himself and masturbated at work and that they were terminated in retaliation for complaining about it, in violation of the New […]
In a recently-filed NY Supreme Court lawsuit captioned Salvat v. Construction Resources Corp et al., plaintiff (a female iron worker) asserts, inter alia, that a male employee (Anthony Sango) threatened to tell her fiance that she was speaking to a shop steward, unless she gave him her panties and then photographed her while she was […]
In a recent Brooklyn federal lawsuit, captioned Fischer v. WW Bakers LLC (EDNY 16-5103), plaintiff (a baker) asserts, inter alia, that defendant violated New York’s general whistleblower law, NY Labor Law 740, after he advised his employer about bug-infested flour. That statute, inter alia, provides: An employer shall not take any retaliatory personnel action against […]