Brutality Case - Police Shooting
Philadelphia Police Officer Ordered To Pay $138,000.00 in Police Shooting
The case sparked community outrage and a civil lawsuit that was filed in 2007 against the city and then-Police Commissioner by attorney Gregg Zeff on behalf of the family.
All stories have an ending, and the case finally reached one on Oct. 15, when a federal jury ruled that the family be paid $138,000.
Fire captain racial and First Amendment claims
African-American police officer, racial harassment at his work place.
Civil Rights Disability
An epileptic who was mistakenly arrested while having a seizure.
Radically Hostile Work Environment
Union workers, who saw nooses, swastikas and other derogatory symbols in the workplace
Civil Rights Shooting
A paraplegic accidentally shot by a security officer
A police officer who complained that another officer was using excessive force on citizens
Collective Bargaining Enforcement
Schoolteachers who were forced to work in conditions in violation of their collective bargaining agreement
In Excess of $1,000,000.00
White professors were retaliated against for speaking out against racial hiring practices; Verdict: in excess of $1,000,000.00
Disability and FMLA
A manager who was fired because his wife became ill and was not permitted time off
Sex, Race and Religious Harrasment
A female professor who was harassed about her race, religion and sex
Discrimination & First Amendment Violations
African-American fire officers were victims of discrimination and First Amendment retaliation; Verdict: $1,000,000.00
A victim of sexual abuse by a religious organization
Hired and Promoted!
A law enforcement official, wrongfully denied a position because of a false evaluation
Sexual Assault and Retaliation
A state worker who was sexually assaulted at work and then disciplined for following the harassment policy by making a complaint
A carpenter who lost the ability to use his wrists because of police misconduct
A clothing store worker who was refused sexual advances and improper touching by a coworker
A woman in pharmaceutical sales who was laid off because she was pregnant
A police officer who uncovered and exposed corruption
Awarded Promotion, Back Pay, Front Pay& Pensions
Hispanic firefighters denied promotion on account of their nationality and complaints about a racially hostile work environment
A medical doctor who blew the whistle on unnecessary procedures
Camden Firefighters Settle Race Discrimination Lawsuit for $1.15 million
A formal settlement has been reached in an eight-year racial-discrimination lawsuit brought by two Camden deputy fire chiefs against the city and its fire chief. Under the agreement, our client will receive $1.15 million .
A university professor who spoke out against racism
Racial discrimination at steel mill
An executive, fired for exposing improper accounting practices
Latino firefighters retaliated against for speaking out about discrimination; Verdict: $600,000.
Wrongful Termination Whistle Blowing
A nurse, working for a college who was fired for reporting unsafe medical conditions
Racial discrimination on University campus
An African-American man wrongfully arrested and convicted