A former employee at Combined Jewish Philanthropies in Boston filed a suit for employment discrimination in Massachusetts Superior Court Friday, the second such case this week.
An employee at Boston’s Combined Jewish Philanthropies filed suit in Massachusetts Superior Court Wednesday, alleging that the nonprofit Jewish federation discriminated against him for his religion and sex, and retaliated against him for taking parental leave.
The Jewish officer’s allegations follow a series of lawsuits accusing the sheriff of racist, homophobic, and discriminatory actions and rhetoric.
The rottweiler, from videos posted to Twitter, does not appear so intimidating.
“I found it necessary to join this lawsuit to end the discrimination by big tech social media companies against Conservatives like myself.”
Vagina egg-buyers must be feeling pretty “jaded” right now.
Education advocates may not be able to sue the state lawsuit against a state carve-out for yeshiva standards, a constitutional law expert says.
During a deposition, he said he didn’t know he had been on the board for more than a decade.
Ashley Judd refused to submit to Harvey Weinstein’s sexual advances. Reportedly, that cost her a role in “Lord of the Rings”.
“Where ever he goes I want people to recognize him and say that’s one of the cowards of Broward,” Andrew Pollack tweeted.