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Blog Posts in October, 2011

Alleged Race and Age Discrimination at the Waldorf-Astoria

The Waldorf-Astoria is being sued by Samir Abdel-Mesih, 53, for age and race discrimination in Queens Supreme Court, in New York. Mesih started as a waiter in 1987 and was promoted to banquet captain ...
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Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Filed Against Hotel in New York Supreme Court

A sexual harassment claim was brought in New York County Supreme Court yesterday by eight employees of AVA Lounge at the Dream Hotel. The owner and general manager are accused of subjecting the women ...
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New York City Fire Department To Get Court Monitor in Discrimination Case

This week, a federal judge issued a landmark ruling on an employment discrimination case and castigated New York City on its hiring practices within its fire department. U.S. District Judge Nicholas ...
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