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  • Hercules Inc. allegedly breached pension terms. (May-26-06)
  • Ameriprise Financial Inc. allegedly violated the California Labor Code and Business & Professional Code and did not pay employee overtime. (May-16-06)
  • Career Education Corps. allegedly violated labor laws by refusing to pay overtime. (May-16-06)
  • Activision Inc. allegedly denied employees overtime pay. (May-9-06)
  • City of Oceanside Allegedly owes police officers' unpaid wages and violates the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. (Apr-28-06)
  • Del Monte Allegedly underpaid and mistreated immigrant workers. (Apr-28-06)
  • Bausch & Lomb, Inc. alleging violations of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. (Apr-24-06)
  • Super Steel allegedly discriminated against and harassed former African American employees. (Apr-18-06)
  • Caterpillar, Inc. allegedly breached labor contracts and benefit plans by charging retired employees for healthcare benefits after promising them free lifetime coverage. (Apr-11-06)
  • Boston Fire Department allegedly discriminated against some employees for promotions and raises in favor of politically connected employees. (Apr-10-06)
  • C&S Wholesale Grocers Inc. allegedly owes $750 million in back pay and overtime to its piece rate warehouse workers. (Apr-10-06)
  • FS Sun Tours alleging unpaid travel agent commission. (Apr-3-06)
  • La Esperanza Markets allegedly denied workers overtime wages. (Mar-28-06)
  • Van Buren School District alleging violation of contract stating teachers were not fully paid for time worked. (Mar-21-06)
  • American Express Co. allegedly amended terms of the American Express Retirement Plan in violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (Mar-9-06)
  • Denver Police Department allege civil rights violation and discrimination by denying promotions to Latino officers. (Mar-9-06)
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co. allegedly violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. (Mar-7-06)
  • Bridge Terminal Transport allegedly violated federal truth in leasing regulations by failing to disclose or properly document compensation provisions in its lease agreements and illegally charged truckers for fuel, fuel related transaction fees and insurance related administration fees. (Mar-7-06)
  • Slater Stainless Corp. (pension plan) (Feb-28-06)
  • San Diego Regional Center for the Developmentally Disabled allegedly terminated disabled employees and employees over 40 without cause. (Feb-27-06)
  • United Parcel Service Inc. allegedly violated federal and New York state labor laws by misclassifying employees as exempt from federal overtime requirements. (Feb-24-06)
  • State of Hawaii Department of Education allegedly underpaid part-time public school teachers over the last 10 years. (Feb-14-06)
  • Public Employees Retirement System Board allegedly made overpayments on retired public employees pension accounts and are now recouping the money by making monthly deductions from retirees checks. (Jan-31-06)
  • Les Schwab allegedly denied female employees promotions, training and other employment opportunities due to their gender. (Jan-17-06)
  • Wal-Mart Stores Inc. allegedly pressured employees to work off the clock, through breaks, and after quitting time. (Jan-12-06)
  • Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein alleging female employee gender discrimination. (Jan-10-06)
  • Abbott Laboratories and Hospira, Inc. allegedly violated Section 510 of the ERISA of 1974 by terminating employees of its Hospital Products Division and related businesses during a spin-off into a new company, Hospira, Inc. (Jan-10-06)
  • Carl Icahn, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation and Airline Pilots Association allegedly deniedpension benefits to former TWA pilots. (Jan-1-06)
  • Ontario Trusteed Pension Plan allegedly negligent in the fiduciary duties in the management of the pension plan. (Jan-1-06)
  • Abercrombie & Fitch alleging violations of Oregon state laws by forcing employees to purchase and wear company clothes and allowing paychecks to fall below minimum wage. (Dec-20-05)
  • Best Buy allegedly violating federal and state laws against employee gender and racial discrimination. (Dec-13-05)
  • New York Police Department alleging continued racial discrimination towards African American and Latino police officers. (Nov-22-05)
  • Wal-Mart Stores Inc. allegedly partook in time shaving by deleting thousands of hours of time worked from employee payroll records. (Nov-8-05)
  • Detroit Diesel allegedly changed retirees medical payment plans. (Nov-1-05)
  • State of Florida, Lipsey Mountain Spring Water, and 4 Points Logistics alleging breach of contact toward small trucking companies and denying proper compensation for hurricane relief efforts. (Nov-1-05)
  • Harrah's Entertainment alleging breach of contract and refusal to pay former employees and executives what they were entitled to for their stock options. (Oct-31-05)
  • UBS Financial Services, Inc. alleging racial discrimination in hiring, promotion, and other employment practices towards African Americans. (Oct-18-05)
  • Commerce Department alleging employee racial discrimination in hiring and advancement practices. (Oct-12-05)
  • FedEx Corp. alleging racial discrimination towards minority workers by paying them less than their white counterparts. (Oct-3-05)
  • Lowe's Companies Inc. allegedly misclassifying employees as salaried workers to avoid paying overtime. (Sep-27-05)
  • Wal-Mart allegedly overlooks labor abuse at factories run by its suppliers in Bangladesh, Swaziland, Indonesia, China and Nicaragua. (Sep-16-05)
  • Osceola Farms Co. allegedly underpaid agriculture workers from 1987 through 1992 by negotiating piece rate earnings. (Sep-13-05)
  • San Diego City allegedly denied police officers overtime and misinformed them about claiming overtime. (Aug-23-05)
  • Rohm and Haas Co. alleging hazardous chemicals are linked to employee cancer and brain tumors. (Aug-23-05)
  • Supercuts allegedly violating the civil rights of Hispanic employees by prohibiting them from speaking Spanish. (Aug-16-05)
  • Citizens Gas & Coke Utility alleging a screening test was bias against African Americans. (Aug-2-05)
  • Home Depot allegedly shaved hours from payroll reports and cut back workers wages. (Jul-25-05)
  • MasTec Inc. allegedly failed to pay wire installers overtime and pressured employees not to report overtime hours worked. (Jul-12-05)
  • Wal-Mart Stores Inc. alleging that after filing injury claims, employee hours were reduced, their pay was cut, they were demoted or forced to resign. (Jul-12-05)
  • Walgreens alleging discrimination against African Americans in hiring, work assignment, and promotion. (Jun-27-05)
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