Former CEO Files Wrongful Termination Lawsuit for $32M
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Former CEO Files Wrongful Termination Lawsuit for $32M

Former CEO Files Wrongful Termination Lawsuit for $32M Former Highmark Inc. President and CEO Kenneth Melani is suing the insurance provider for $32 million, claiming he was wrongfully terminated by the company in 2012. According to a complaint filed Wednesday in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court, Melani is seeking $25.8 million in severance and pension…

Teacher Sues School For Harassment & Termination
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Teacher Sues School For Harassment & Termination

Teacher Sues School For Harassment & Termination A former Edgewater High teacher sued Orange County Public Schools on Wednesday, contending administrators harassed and terminated her because she associated with black co-workers and dated a black man. Math teacher Audrey Dudek, who is white, said the district unlawfully discriminated against her when she was not reappointed…

City Of Nampa Employee Alleges Wrongful Termination
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City Of Nampa Employee Alleges Wrongful Termination

City Of Nampa Employee Alleges Wrongful Termination Robert Duker, a former assistant manager in the city of Nampa’s Information Technology Department, filed a lawsuit this week alleging he was wrongfully terminated and wrongfully deprived of employment. Duker, who, according to legal documents filed Tuesday, was hired by the city in February 2010, alleges in the…

Wrongful Termination Suit Settles Against Echo Therapeutics
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Wrongful Termination Suit Settles Against Echo Therapeutics

Wrongful Termination Suit Settles Against Echo Therapeutics A New Jersey medical-device company has reached an out-of-court settlement to resolve litigation with its former chairman and CEO, who alleged he was wrongfully fired. Echo Therapeutics (NASDAQ: ECTE), which relocated from Center City to Iselin, N.J., earlier this year, will pay Dr. Patrick Mooney $150,000 under the…

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Agreement Reached In Ray Rice Wrongful Termination Suit

Agreement Reached In Ray Rice Wrongful Termination Suit The Baltimore Ravens and running back parted ways last September, after video showed him knocking out his then-fiancee in a casino elevator. Now, we know just what the monetary terms of that parting were. Rice and the team reached a $1.588 million settlement on a wrongful termination…