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Labor & Employment — National Origin Discrimination – Schools & School Boards – Students’ Actions (access required)

Eyo v. Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-065-15, 23 pp.) (J. Michelle Childs, J.) 5:12-cv-03345; D.S.C. Holding: Since plaintiff has offered evidence that the defendant-school district knew or should have known of the harassment the Nigerian-born plaintiff ...

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Labor & Employment — Civil Rights – Title VII – Civil Practice – Subject Matter Jurisdiction – Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies – Notice of Right to Sue (access required)

Walls v. Dillon County Detention Center (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-049-15, 8 pp.) (R. Bryan Harwell, J.) 4:13-cv-02551; D.S.C. Holding: Even if plaintiff was entitled to a notice of a right to sue from the EEOC, the record does not indicate ...

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Labor & Employment — Administrative Remedies – Exhaustion – Allegations – Reasonable Investigation – Tort/Negligence – Wrongful Discharge (access required)

Menton v. Nestle Prepared Foods Co. (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-048-15, 13 pp.) (J. Michelle Childs, J.) 7:14-cv-02542; D.S.C. Holding: Although plaintiff’s EEOC charge failed to use the words “promotion” or “higher-paying,” a reasonable investigation of the allegations in her charge ...

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Labor & Employment — Civil Rights – EEOC Charge – Verification Requirement – Failure to Exhaust Administrative Remedies (access required)

Crane v. Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-046-15, 14 pp.) (Patrick Michael Duffy, J.) 4:14-cv-01651; D.S.C. Holding: Even though plaintiff filed an “Intake Questionnaire” with the EEOC, since she never filed a perfected, verified “Charge of ...

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Labor & Employment — Wrongful Termination Claim – Public Policy – Court-Related Appointments – Mother of Victim (access required)

Gray v. American HomePatient, Inc. (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-040-15, 9 pp.) (David Norton, J.) 2:14-cv-01207; D.S.C. Holding: The public policy exception to the employment-at-will doctrine does not extend to situations where the employee has an existing statutory remedy for wrongful ...

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