Source: Judy Greenwald, Business Date: July 28, 2014 The U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed suit against a Pennsylvania construction equipment supplier, charging that it violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by improperly demanding disability-related information from its workers and subjecting them to progressive disciplinary measures if they refused to comply.
Source: Tracie Mauriello, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Date: July 22, 2014 Pittsburgh needs three more administrative law judges to reduce backlog and to handle appeals being re-filed by miners and their widows, Deputy Labor Secretary Chris Lu testified this morning.
“There’s not one in Center City, not one in West Philadelphia, not one by the airport, or in Old City,” said Andrew B. This is just asinine.” Each of the 27 winners has the right to operate three storefronts.
Sacks, a lawyer and chairman of the medical marijuana and hemp department at Sacks, Weston, Diamond LLC. Though 81 dispensaries are allowed by law, many applicants chose not to ask for additional outlets. “It’s hard to see if there was much consideration for access by patients, given these locations,” said Alva Mather, one of three partners at the Pepper Hamilton LLP law firm leading a new cannabis industry group.
His brother Matt would later allege that he had been sexually abused by their father, and volunteered to testify against the former assistant coach at his trial.school desegregation case next year will generate much-needed discussion about the ongoing struggle over providing quality education for American children, especially for those in the Black, Latino and American Indian communities.While a good deal of the celebration will applaud the historic efforts of courageous scholars and lawyers, such as Charles Hamilton Houston, Thurgood Marshall and Dr.Source: EEOC, EEOCDate: February 14, 2011 The EEOC had charged that Hussey Copper, Ltd.unlawfully refused to hire a job applicant because of his record of a disability and because they regarded him as disabled.
Jerry Sandusky’s 41-year-old son was accused Monday of attempting to entice two teenage sisters into sexual acts, more than five years after his father’s arrest on charges that he sexually abused young boys set off a scandal that continues to roil Pennsylvania State University. Sandusky, one of six children adopted by the former assistant football coach, of soliciting naked photos from a 16-year-old girl last year and of asking her older sister for oral sex in 2013, when she was 15.