A vice president of ambulatory services is suing hospital operators, citing alleged discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
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A Harrison County resident is suing a logistics company, citing alleged retaliation.
HUNTINGTON — A bartender is suing restaurant operators at a Huntington airport, alleges unpaid wages and unpaid overtime wages.
A transgender female accuses a convenience store chain of discrimination after firing her.
CHARLESTON — A Boone County licensed nurse is suing a correctional facility, alleging sexual harassment.
BECKLEY – Two men are suing Arch Coal after they claim it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by failing to properly pay them for all hours worked.
CLARKSBURG – Two West Virginia residents formerly employed by an energy services company with an office in Bridgeport allege they were not rehired because of their legal claims against the company over wages.
CLARKSBURG – A member of the West Virginia National Guard alleges his Morgantown employer unlawfully discharged him because of his service.
LOGAN – A registered nurse alleges she was wrongfully terminated by a Logan nursing home.
BLUEFIELD – A Kentucky woman alleges she resigned from her position with Cabell County Emergency Medical Services because she did not want to be fired for participating
HUNTINGTON – A federal judge has granted a joint motion for approval of settlement and dismissal in a lawsuit against Genesis Eldercare Rehabilitation Services.
HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing the Public Defender Corporation for the Sixth and 24th Judicial Circuits of West Virginia after she claims she was discriminated against.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades after he claims he was discriminated based on his age and his employment was wrongfully terminated. International Union of Painters and Allied Trades-District Council 53; Daniel J. Poling; Brian Stanley; and Glenn McEndree were also named as defendants in the suit.