A white woman fired after making ill-received comments in her workplace regarding racial issues is not protected by federal law, a federal judge in South Carolina ruled July 26, but may proceed with state claims. According to plaintiff Kimberly Collins, ...Read More »
Attorneys for both sides in a case challenging portions of South Carolina’s domestic violence laws are asking the state’s Supreme Court to reconsider its July 26 ruling, in which a splintered court struck down the sections of those laws that ...Read More »
A police officer’s retaliation claim against the Columbia Police Department will move forward because the law is unsettled regarding whether the officer’s lateral transfer amounts to an adverse employment action, a federal judge in Columbia ruled July 11. U.S. District ...
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