Maetta Vance, an African-American, alleged that a co-worker at BSU created a hostile work environment. The court’s rulings on Monday make it more difficult for Americans to sue businesses for discrimination and retaliation.
Attorneys for Dana Hurst say in a Dec. 20 court filing that David A. Noyes & Co. didn’t grant her pay increases or year-end bonuses during her last 15 years on the job, while male counterparts were better rewarded.
The U.S. Supreme Court will settle a dispute about who can be considered a workplace supervisor for purposes of a federal job-discrimination lawsuit.
The Indian-born doctor is seeking past and future pay, in addition to other damages, for enduring what she considers harassment and discrimination while a resident at the Indianapolis hospital.
A physiology professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine filed a scathing gender-discrimination lawsuit this month, accusing the school of paying her significantly less than male counterparts with less experience.
The Supreme Court blocked the largest sex-discrimination lawsuit in U.S. history on Monday, siding with Wal-Mart and against up to 1.6 million female workers in a decision that also makes it harder to mount large-scale bias claims against the nation's other huge companies.
The National Fair Housing Alliance and two of its member groups allege that Bodner communities in eight states including Indiana violate accessibility requirements of the Fair Housing Act.
Michael Lewis, 53, filed a complaint with the Indianapolis office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission Aug. 13 and sued Huntington Oct. 15 in Marion Superior Court.
Eight former employees who say firings were racially motivated agree to $2.75M settlement from Lottery
The Hoosier Lottery has agreed to pay $2.75 million to settle a lawsuit filed by eight black former employees who claim racial
discrimination motivated their firing four years ago.