Going after the Golden Arches -- and winning

Cassels, Peter
November 2001
Bay Windows;11/8/2001, pN.PAG
Details an HIV-related discrimination case filed against McDonald's Corp. by Russell Rich, a former gay employee, in Ohio. Claim of the gay employee against McDonald's; Overview of the performance of Rich as employee of the company; Failure by the company to provide health insurance to its gay employee; Ruling by a Cuyahoga County, Ohio jury on the case.


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