Jury Awards $5.2M to Disabled Walmart Employee

Blog   |   October 17, 2019

A jury found Walmart discriminated against an employee with disabilities, violating the federal Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) by wrongfully terminating the man. Walmart continues to deny any wrongdoing and may file an appeal. Former employee Paul Reina worked for 16 years … Continue reading

49ers, Santa Clara settle suit over disability access for $24M

Blog   |   October 10, 2019

The 49ers and Santa Clara have agreed to pay $24 million and make Levi’s Stadium and its parking lot more accessible to people with disabilities in a proposed settlement with fans in wheelchairs, who said they encountered barriers in buying … Continue reading

Jury Awards Calif Woman Injured in 2017 Crash $6.1M

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A former Canyon Country, California, woman seriously injured in a traffic collision two years ago has been awarded a court settlement of $6.126 million. Chung Wu Hsu, 62, who has since moved from Canyon Country, suffered severe and traumatic injuries … Continue reading

Dish Network to pay $1.25M in discrimination case

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Dish Network has agreed to pay $1.25 million to compensate job seekers who alleged a discriminatory online application process denied them the opportunity to work at the Douglas County satellite television provider, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced. Dish Network … Continue reading