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Is Dem Consultant Richard Giorgio in the Hospital or Hiding From Amanda Silvestri?
October 9, 2022: Richard Giorgio and Francine Nelson of Patriot Games are trying to dodge a lawsuit over an outrageously false attack mailer they sent in the Amanda Silvestri vs. Marcia Andrews race for the Palm Beach County District 6 School board seat in August.
New Florida Ruling Allows Workers to Plead Discrimination Against Small Employers
June 17, 2022: “This appellate court ruling is a victory for employees in Miami-Dade County who are being discriminated against and are now not restricted from pursuing their rights,” said Chad E. Levy.
Call Center Inks Deal With Workers In Virus Form Time Suit
Call Center Workers Win Cert. In Virus Screening Time Suit
July 22, 2021: Call center workers claiming that a Maximus Inc. subsidiary paid improper overtime by making them respond to coronavirus health questions without pay can proceed as a conditional collective, a Florida federal judge ruled, saying the workers showed enough evidence they suffered from the same policy.
Boardwalk Properties sued for alleged racial discrimination
Fla. Worker Says Glass Co. Fired Him After COVID-19 Scare
Miami TV producer claims transfer to colder climate violated her civil rights
Fire Dish Worker Wins $189K Award on Retaliation Claim
April 15, 2019: A former technician who claimed Dish Network violated Florida Law by firing him because he filed for workers’ compensation has won $189,343 after persuading an arbitrator that the company’s explanation for terminating him didn’t hold water.
Bank Teller Sues Wells Fargo Over Alleged Bullying Sexual Harassment
February 6, 2019: Surveillance footage, body odor rumors and vagina drawings, South Florida lawyer Chad E. Levy said he’s never seen an unlawful retaliation case like it.