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Recent Settlements

Published by on April 17, 2008

TX — The U.S. Justice Department settled a lawsuit on behalf of American Airlines pilots who were allegedly denied them accrual of benefits while on military leave.  (Another story here.) IN — The EEOC announced that a Fort Wayne, Indiana, staffing company will settle an age, race and retaliation discrimination lawsuit brought by the agency.  The company […]

TX — The U.S. Justice Department settled a lawsuit on behalf of American Airlines pilots who were allegedly denied them accrual of benefits while on military leave.  (Another story here.)

IN — The EEOC announced that a Fort Wayne, Indiana, staffing company will settle an age, race and retaliation discrimination lawsuit brought by the agency.  The company will pay a total of $580,000 and will also pay up to $5,000 in settlement administrative expenses.  The lawsuit alleged that the agency failed to refer African American applicants and applicants age 40 for work assignments and also retaliated against employees who objected to these referral practices.

KS — The EEOC announced that Wal-Mart will pay $300,000 to settle a case involving a disabled applicant for employment.

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