Class Certified in Homeless Residents’ Beef With Berkeley

Posted on September 25, 2018

Courthousenews.com

SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – Homeless people who lost tents, sleeping gear and other belongings in encampment sweeps can team up to sue Berkeley, California, on claims of civil rights violations, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. In granting class certification, U.S.
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Former UND women’s hockey players file discrimination suit

Posted on June 13, 2018

Forum News Service

By BRAD ELLIOTT SCHLOSSMAN | Forum News Service PUBLISHED: June 13, 2018 at 11:30 am | UPDATED: June 13, 2018 at 4:41 pm Eleven former members of the now-defunct UND women’s hockey program filed a class action discrimination lawsuit against

Prior Pay Can’t Justify Gender Wage Gap, En Banc 9th Circuit Rules

Posted on April 9, 2018

Courthousenews.com

Posted by HELEN CHRISTOPHI  (www.courthousenews.com) April 9, 2018   SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – The en banc Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that employers can’t justify different pay grades for male and female employees by using salary history alone, reversing a 3-

Fire Department Settles Sexual Harassment Suit

Posted on July 25, 2005

San Francisco Chronicle

The city of San Francisco has tentatively agreed to a $400,000 settlement of a lawsuit brought by a firefighter who said on-the-job drinking at the Fire Department fueled a sexual harassment campaign against her. Kristen Odlaug, 41, a six-year employee