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  • 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)
  • Ferro Corporation alleging violations of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (Jun-20-05)
  • Michelin North America alleging trust plan has been compromised by surplus funds being diverted to meet required employer contributions. (Jun-20-05)
  • ClientLogic alleging employees were not paid overtime. (Jun-7-05)
  • Poland Spring allegedly failed to pay overtime to route sales representatives. (May-19-05)
  • Hudson's Bay Co. allegedly using employee pension funds to pay into the pension plans of former Zellers Inc. and Kmart Canada employees. (May-17-05)
  • Wal-Mart, Quebec alleging the mass layoff and closure of the Saguenay Wal-Mart violates the freedom of association guaranteed under the Quebec Charter of Rights and Freedoms. (May-11-05)
  • Exelon Corp. alleging unpaid overtime for on call electrical workers who are required to commute to emergency work sites. (May-10-05)
  • Blockbuster Inc. alleging unpaid overtime to office employees on salary. (Apr-26-05)
  • FedEx Corp. allegedly hiring drivers as independent contractors, but subjected them employee restrictions without benefits. (Apr-26-05)
  • McCown, De Leeuw & Co. allegedly violated the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act by terminating over 700 employees in one day. (Apr-19-05)
  • Union Pacific Railroad alleging gender discrimination through insurance coverage. (Apr-12-05)
  • Smith Barney alleging gender discrimination through sales support and account distribution. (Apr-5-05)
  • King County Library System alleging wrongful termination and obligation to join the new union. (Apr-5-05)
  • Baltimore Police Department alleging violation of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act through forced early retirement. (Apr-5-05)
  • Federal Aviation Administration alleging age discrimination by contracting out jobs thereby reducing pension benefits. (Apr-5-05)
  • Hewlett-Packard Co. allegedly illegally denied employee benefits to contractors. (Mar-29-05)
  • New York Sports Club allegedly misclassified as managers to avoid paying overtime. (Mar-29-05)
  • North American Van Lines allegedly unlawfully reduced the revenue base from shipments and did not provide drivers with required information and documentation (Mar-29-05)
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