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has agreed to pay .2 million to settle a federal lawsuit claiming the company discriminated against disabled employees. Source: Press Release, EEOCDate: July 26, 2010 CHICAGO - Magistrate Judge Susan E. Source: EEOC, EEOCDate: February 22, 2010 Global Infrastructure Equipment Company Relieved of Operating Under Decree in Discrimination Case After 36 Months of Continuous Progress Source: Rich Kulczewski, U. Source: EEOC, EEOCDate: May 26, 2009 Ceisel Masonry will pay half a million dollars to settle a race and national origin discrimination lawsuit brought by the U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced today.
Cox for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois has ruled that a major trucking industry employer must provide the U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) with a list of the names with last known addresses and phone numbers of all African-American employees employed at its Chicago Ridge facility from 2004 until the facility was closed in 2009. Source: Barbara Rose, Chicago Tribune Date: June 6, 2006 Federal civil rights lawyers, in the latest salvo in a closely watched age discrimination suit against law firm Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, are shining a light on a 1999 letter in which the firm stated it required partners to retire at age 65.
Partners are considered exempt from federal discrimination statutes because they are owners rather than employees.