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Denny's accused of discrimination [USA]

Author: Ben Nuckols, Associated Press, Published on: 28 September 2006

The federal government sued Denny's restaurants Thursday, alleging that a manager who had a leg amputated was wrongly fired because her superiors believed she posed a safety risk. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed the class-action lawsuit accusing Denny's of discriminating against Paula Hart and other unnamed employees... Denny's issued a statement Thursday saying the lawsuit was "based on unfounded accusations of disability discrimination stemming from the individual instance of one former employee."

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