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Soap Opera Actress Sues Over Not Being Considered for Reemployment

Victoria Rowell says she went to “Herculean efforts” to reprise her role as Drucilla on “The Young and the Restless,” including communicating with Leslie Moonves and Michael Lynton. Victoria Rowell, who played Drucilla Barber Winters on The Young and theFull Article >

Victoria Rowell, former star of The Young and The Restless

Former The Young and the Restless Star Victoria Rowell Sues CBS and Sony for Retaliation

Former The Young and the Restless star Victoria Rowell is suing the show’s network and producers for racial discrimination – and she’s pointing the finger at CBS president Les Moonves. The actress, who joined the popular soap opera in 1990Full Article >

NY Parking Workers Sue Movie Studios

People Who Worked on Major Hollywood Sets Say They Were Forced to Pee in Their Cars

Corey Leach was excited about the idea of working for Hollywood, even if he lives in New York City. He found out about a job as a parking production assistant about a decade ago — the person who keeps theFull Article >

NY Movie Set Workers Denounce Movie Studios

Workers Who Reserve Parking Spots for Film Sets Denounce Conditions in Suit

For Christian Pellot, most weeks begin the same way, with a text from an unfamiliar number telling him to show up at a specific address. When he arrives, he is told to sign a wage form, with the hours andFull Article >

Valli Kane Vaganini at EEOC Verdict

$4M Settlement Awarded in Sara Lee Discrimination Case

Federal attorneys with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission today announced a $4 million settlement for former workers at the now closed Sara Lee factory in Paris. The settlement is said to be the largest in the history of the EEOC in Dallas involvingFull Article >

Landmark Discrimination Case Regarding Sara Lee

The EEOC and Sara Lee: A Landmark Discrimination Case in Texas

After a two year investigation into complaints of civil rights and health violations, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced a $4 million settlement for former employees at the Sara Lee factory located in Paris, Texas. This case marks the largestFull Article >

NBC, Sony Face OT Suit Over PA Workers On ‘The Blacklist’

Law360, Los Angeles (September 16, 2015, 10:13 PM ET) — Employees tasked with defending parking spaces for the production vehicles of the NBCUniversal show “The Blacklist” accused the companies who make the show, including Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., of cheating them out ofFull Article >

NY Nursing Home To Pay $2.2M To End Medicaid Fraud Suit

Law360, Washington (August 19, 2014, 2:43 PM ET) — Nursing home owner Ralex Services Inc. has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle a whistleblower suit accusing it of bilking New York’s Medicaid program by overstating the level of careFull Article >


Community Leaders Rally for Increased Voter Access at the Polls

Release — Assemblyman David Weprin, Senator Toby Ann Stavisky, and several South Asian community leaders held a press conference outside the Queens Board of Elections advocating for passage of their bill A9956/S7402. This bill directs the Queens county board ofFull Article >


Four Muslim Men Say Texas IHOP Franchise Fired Them for Religion and Nationality

By Ashton Marra April 19, 2012 Four former managers of IHOP restaurants in Texas are fighting the owner of the franchise they worked for in court, claiming they were wrongfully terminated based on their “nationality and religion.” The four men,Full Article >