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June 2014 Archives

Teacher can sue Catholic school for wrongful termination

Working for a religious school as opposed to a public school can pose unique scenarios related to anti-discrimination laws. The separation of church and state may work to protect certain organizations from being sued for discrimination. However, Colorado residents who work for religious organizations or schools may be interested in a recent case of a teacher who has been granted the go-ahead to sue a Catholic school for wrongful termination.

Age discrimination a concern for many middle aged or older

Today's Colorado work force is typically comprised of individuals who are just beginning their careers and those who have experience with several companies. These days, it is not all that common for an individual to remain with one company for the majority of his or her career. An individual in another state did remain with one company, Walt Disney Studios, for 26 years and has now filed a claim for age discrimination.

College athletic coach files wrongful termination suit

Most colleges and work places have procedures in place to bring concerns or accusations against other employees. When someone violates these procedures, or there is a lack of clarity when reporting something, it can lead to bigger problems. Recently, a college athletic coach was let go after an incident, and he has now filed a wrongful termination suit against the university. Any Colorado college or university worker may be interested in the story of the fencing coach.

Police officer wins race discrimination lawsuit

The hiring and promotion process for any line of work can be long and complicated. It may involve an assessment of work experience, an evaluation of skills and even an analysis of test scores that can set one candidate apart from another. However, if an individual is awarded a job or a promotion over another who is more qualified, there may be a case made for legal action. A recent case is drawing headlines and may be of interest to anyone in law enforcement in Colorado, as it involves a police lieutenant who accused the town of race discrimination.

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