Dental assistant says she was repeatedly touched and otherwise harassed by the dentist; constructive termination when she refuses to go to Las Vegas for a second time.
Plaintiff claims constructive termination and PTSD due to harassment from supervisor.
Course and scope of employment is deciding factor in verdict against San Diego restaurant.
Developer of yoga method said to sexually harass students, fires his own lawyer when she tries to stop him.
Plaintiff claimed that he experienced a racially hostile work environment and was retaliated against by defendants after filing a race discrimination complaint with the City.
Clinic administrator at Kaiser says she was terminated in retaliation for taking a medical leave. Kaiser says termination was for poor performance.
Van driver allegedly tells passenger of his depression and suicidal thoughts around the holidays; is later fired.
Long-time sports columnist for LA Times with national reputation claims he was discriminated against, constructively terminated. Judge later grants motion for JNOV, reduces verdict to zero.
Plaintiff's symptoms of schizophrenia re-appear after stress of harassment on the job. $1,500,000 awarded in non-economic damages.
Plaintiff's accommodation for carpal tunnel syndrome is ignored by new supervisor after the accommodation was in place for five years. Motion for $3.5 million in attorney fees is pending.
Cancer surgeon obtains confidential settlement from SCPMG after $1.75 million verdict reached by jury.
Administrator at religious retreat center says employer's practices implied a contract; that he was not an employee at will.
Waitress is terminated after pregnancy-related leave. She came back to find that her friend, the chef, had been terminated and she allegedly did not get along with the new chef.
Bartender says she was wrongfully terminated after a pregnancy leave; that the restaurant failed to reasonably accomodate her needs.
Police officer claims retaliation when he is disciplined. City says discipline was reasonable and justified.
Sales exec says he brought in business but did not get paid; employer goes bankrupt and plaintiff proceeds on alter ego theory against primary stockholder.