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Blog Posts in September, 2012

Former Stagehand Sues Metropolitan Opera For Sexual Harassment

| A former stagehand has sued the Metropolitan Opera in New York City claiming sexual harassment. The plaintiff, a female carpenter, claims that her male colleagues regularly subjected her to unwanted ...
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Age Discrimination Case Filed in New York Supreme Court Against Major Publisher

Marilyn Ducksworth, the long time Director of Communications for Penguin Group USA, filed a complaint of age discrimination against the company on September 5 in New York Supreme Court. As reported by ...
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Age and Gender Discrimination Suit Filed Against MTV in New York

A former Vice President at MTV is suing its parent, Viacom for discrimination. Andrea Fair who was hired by MTV in 2005 and promoted in 2008 has claimed that she was treated differently by her male ...
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