High Profile Employment Law Cases

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A Pa. mom says her boss forced her out of her job during the pandemic. She sued.

It’s close to impossible for many parents to work and also care for young children, said Philadelphia employment lawyer David Koller, who represents Delaney.

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, effective March 2020, required employers to provide paid sick leave and paid leave to care for children whose schools had closed due to the pandemic. Employees who suffered demotions, lost pay, terminations or other negative consequences at work may be able to make a claim under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

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Wife claims husband was fired over excessive gas
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Firefighter’s lawsuit claims she was demoted for being a mom
(Sept. 13, 2017) Click for article.

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Third Circuit Revives Harassment Suit Against Susquehanna County
(July 11, 2018) Click for article.


State paid $900,000 to settle sexual harassment claim
(Jan. 8, 2018) Click for article.

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Judge Wants to Pause NJ Transgender Discrimination Case Until SCOTUS Rules 
(Oct. 1, 2019) Click for article.

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3rd Circ. Upholds Nike, Port Authority Wins In Title VII Rulings
(Oct. 11, 2019) Click for article.

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Crawford-area bus service faces sexual harassment lawsuit
(Nov. 22, 2019) Click for article.


25 sex assaults showed up on wrong man’s background check, suit says
(Sep. 11, 2013) Click for article.

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Will remote-work requirements spark lawsuits?
(July 27, 2020) Click for article.

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Lawsuit filed against WSU alleging discrimination
(Jan. 30, 2020) Click for article.

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