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Can we do that? The below cases are examples of some of the results we have achieved for our clients. Gender Discrimination Cremin v. Negotiated court-approved class action settlement that required class-wide diversity initiatives and ended the firm's policy of mandatory arbitration of civil rights claims for Merrill Lynch employees.
Negotiated class-wide diversity initiatives as part of court-approved settlement, including hiring and promotion goals and timetables to increase representation of women as Financial Advisors and in management, and to eliminate rampant sexual harassment.
Won arbitration of class representative Financial Advisor subjected to retaliation.
Award established that Merrill Lynch engaged in a nationwide pattern and practice of discrimination against female Financial Advisors in pay and promotional opportunities.
Additionally, the firm negotiated significant programmatic relief, which will ensure that Wells Fargo invests in recruiting, training, and supporting African American Financial Advisors moving forward.
Negotiated significant injunctive relief to benefit African American Financial Advisors going forward. Successfully challenged City of Chicago's discriminatory promotional exam on behalf of approximately Chicago Firefighters.
Achieved class certification and successfully prosecuted four jury trials leading to a pattern and practice finding and verdicts for back pay, promotions, emotional distress and pension, which were largely upheld by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Chicago Board of Education: Jury verdict in favor of teacher wrongfully denied contract due to race. Jury verdict in favor of doctor wrongfully terminated due to race. Age Discrimination Roche et al.
City of Chicago, Cunningham et al. Successfully challenged City of Chicago's mandatory age retirement policy for Exempt Rank brass Firefighters. Judgment entered in favor of officers with award of full back pay plus interest to unlawfully retired officers, upheld on appeal by Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Subsequent lawsuits for additional Firefighters and Police officers settled with entry of judgments in favor of all forced retirees. Disability Discrimination Jackson et al.
City of Chicago and Dexter v. Political Affiliation Wzorek v. Successfully represented pro se plaintiff in damage trial and appeal of political affiliation discrimination claim.State Laws on Employment-Related Discrimination. Almost all states have adopted discrimination laws related to employment, with protection against discrimination based on various factors, such as race, gender, age, marital status, national origin, religion or disability.
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) is legislation proposed in the United States Congress that would prohibit discrimination in hiring and employment on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity by employers with at least 15 employees..
ENDA has been introduced in every Congress since except the lausannecongress2018.comr legislation has been introduced without passage since . Pay Data Collection and the EEO-1 Survey.
Acting Chair Victoria A. Lipnic has issued a statement about the OMB Decision on EEO-1 Pay Data Collection. Instructions for filing the EEO-1 Survey, which will not include the collection of pay and hours worked data, are now available.. Final Rules on Employer Wellness Programs.
But sometimes efforts to use religious claims to rebuff anti-discrimination laws have caused a backlash.
A bill approved in Indiana in March that critics said provided a legal basis for businesses. Employment discrimination is a form of discrimination based on race, gender, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, sexual orientation, and gender identity by employers.
Earnings differentials or occupational differentiation—where differences in pay come from differences in qualifications or responsibilities—should not be confused with employment discrimination. Find information for employers about employment discrimination and complaints that TWC handles, plus payday, child labor, and minimum wage requirements, complaint procedures, deadlines and more.