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- City Sued. // Advocate;9/24/75, Issue 173, p10
Reports that five of those arrested in the May Company Department Store raids in San Diego, California in 1974 on charges of loitering in a public place for a lewd purpose have filed damage suits against the city.
- Former police officer sues Santa Barbara Police Department for sexual orientation discrimination. // Gay & Lesbian Times;9/30/2004, Issue 875, p33
Reports on the lawsuit filed by former police officer Ruben Lino against the Santa Barbara Police Department in California. Allegation of harassment and sexual discrimination; Details of the case.
- Lesbian Hairdresser Loses Title VII Claim Against Beauty Salon. A.S.L. // Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Mar2003, p33
Focuses on the court ruling on a Title VII claim against a beauty salon brought by a lesbian hairdresser trainee in New York. Details on the discrimination claims of the hairdresser; Decision of the court to grant summary judgement to the employer; Basis of the plaintiff's allegations.
- Shades of meaning. O'Brien, Christine // People Management;2/17/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p27
Explores indirect sex discrimination claims of employees as in the case of Sykes versus JP Morgan. Arguments of Sykes, the claimant; Decision of the tribunal on the case; Reasons behind the tribunal's decision.
- Employees Gain Upper Hand In Discrimination Cases. Jackson, Liane // Corporate Legal Times;Sep2003, Vol. 13 Issue 142, p58
Reports on the lawsuit filed by Catharina Costa, an employee against her employer Caesars Palace for gender discrimination in the U.S. Role of plaintiff's gender in the employment decision of the court; Establishment of a discriminatory intent on the part of an employer; Details on the burden...
- Falling foul of remote losses. Warrender, Alex // Contract Journal;10/21/2009, Vol. 448 Issue 6740, p34
The article offers information on the remoteness of damage under contract in the construction business. In the recent case of "Donoghue v. Greater Glasgow Health Board," the Court of Session in Scotland had to decide whether the Health Board was able to recover losses from a third party to the...
- It's what you know. Murdoch, John // Estates Gazette;4/8/2006, Issue 614, p173
The article focuses on the time period within which a claimant must start legal proceedings on claims for professional negligence under Limitation Act 1980. Traditionally, the limitation periods for allegations of negligent professional advice have been 6 years for breach of contract and 6 years...
- Tycoon hits back at Sierra Leone. Coffer, Adam // Estates Gazette;10/25/2003, Issue 343, p32
Deals with the plan of British entrepreneur Eddie Davenport, who was cleared of defrauding the government of Sierra Leone, to file a multimillion-pound damages case against the government. Accusation against Davenport; Terms of an acquisition deal between Davenport and the London Commission;...
- Can patients sue over temperature infractions? // Drug Topics;2/5/2001, Vol. 145 Issue 3, p70
Answers a question on the legality of suing a mail-order pharmacist over temperature infractions. Problems of environmental control during drug shipment; Requirements for proving the negligence of pharmacists.