Scott Law Firm PLLC: Former Cleburne Athletic Director Pam Lea Files Lawsuit Against Cleburne Independent School District

DALLAS, April 20, 2016,/PRNewswire/ -- Today former Cleburne Athletic Director Pam Lea filed a million-dollar discrimination and retaliation lawsuit against the Cleburne Independent School District. The lawsuit is the culmination of more than a year's worth of wrangling between Lea and the district over her abrupt demotion from her position as Cleburne's Athletic Director. "This...

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Irving Fire captain files discrimination suit against department

Glover McMillan made history as the first African American firefighter in Irving in 1979 and worked his way over the years to captain. Now he's filed a discrimination lawsuit after he’s been passed over three times for appointment to assistant chief. McMillan said when he was passed over previously he was told he lacked experience...

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Jury Awards Former Kroger Employee $450K In Discrimination Suit

SHERMAN (CBSDFW.COM) – A jury has awarded a Plano man and former Kroger employee more than $450,000 in a federal harassment lawsuit. Jurors agreed Karl Tipple was wrongfully fired after reporting more than a year of harassment for his mental disabilities. Tipple, 25, had worked for Kroger grocery stores for nearly five years and was...

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Appeals court rules Frisco ISD discrimination suit can proceed

FRISCO — A former Frisco High School coach can pursue his lawsuit alleging discrimination and retaliation by the school district after all, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. Alvin Jackson, who taught world history along with being a basketball and track coach, filed a suit against the Frisco school district in 2012, saying his contract...

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