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Exhaustive List of Recalled Vehicles Containing Takata Airbags Released

July 16, 2015  ·  By HM&M

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As a Chicago plaintiff's attorney, I am pleased that a federal jury awarded $30,000 to a Chicago police officer who faced repeated religious and ethnic slurs from his superior.

The religious and ethnic slurs were directed at the police officer's Jewish and German heritage. According to the Chicago Tribune story, witnesses testified at trial that the police officer's superior, “repeatedly ridiculed [the officer] with anti-Semitic comments, calling him ‘Jew Boy' or ‘stupid Jew' and saluting him with ‘Heil Hitler.'” After an internal department investigation found the superior to be at fault, he retired instead of serving his suspension.

Individuals facing discrimination in the workplace, whether based on race, religion, ethnicity, or gender, suffer severe emotional distress. Particularly when the discrimination comes from a superior, individuals may be hesitant to report the discrimination for fear of retaliation or loss of job. Because of this, employers must stress to employees that any form of discrimination will not be tolerated and should be reported immediately.

July 16, 2015

Dodge Challenger Added to Growing List of Takata Airbag Recalls

Dodge Challengers have recently been added to the ever-growing list of Takata airbag recalls. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) says that the Challengers were “inadvertently excluded” from the original recall list submitted to the NHTSA. The FCA also stated it was not until an audit on July 6 that they realized the 88,346 Dodge Challengers, manufactured... Read More

July 16, 2015

Negligent Use of Coumadin in Nursing Homes Largely Unresolved and Underreported

Today the Diocese of Joliet released more of its internal documents relating to sexual abuse by its priests. This is part of the ongoing disclosure required as part of a legal settlement last year. This most recent batch of documents sheds more light on 16 of the 34 priests included on the diocese's list of... Read More

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