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Autor: Caroline Wilbert, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A lawsuit alleging racial discrimination against Waffle House has been dismissed, according to a company announcement.
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Autor: Robert Capps, Salon.com
DynCorp, a private military powerhouse, fired two employees who complained that colleagues were involved in Bosnian forced-prostitution rings. The employees went to court -- and won.
- Também encontra-se em: UK tribunal vindicates woman sacked by DynCorp for revealing sexual abuse of women in Bosnia by her U.N. colleagues
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Autor: AFX News
Shell Petroleum Co denied allegations it was supportive of the apartheid regime, responding to news that the oil company is now included in a multi-billion class action lawsuit brought by US lawyers on behalf of the victims of South Africa's former...
Autor: Tom Wright, Dow Jones Newswires
The U.S. has moved to block a lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp. for alleged human-rights abuses at its Indonesian natural-gas operations, claiming the court action could hurt relations with Jakarta and undermine the war on terrorism.
- Também encontra-se em: ExxonMobil lawsuit (re Aceh) Human Rights Watch criticises U.S. State Dept for asking judge to dismiss lawsuit alleging ExxonMobil was complicit in human rights abuses in Indonesia
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Autor: Bernadette H. Carreon, Palau Horizon / Marianas Variety
The number of labor complaints filed by foreign workers is increasing, according to the Division of Labor. From April to June 2002, several complaints were filed due to non-payment of wages and employers refusing to repatriate terminated employees.
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Autor: Peter Fabricius, The Star [South Africa]
Mining company Cape plc is still unable to give a date for the payout of £11-million (about R175-million) in damages due to the 7 500 victims of asbestosis contracted from the company's mines in the Northern Cape.
Autor: Associated Press
The nation's largest commercial printer [R.R. Donnelley & Sons] has agreed to spend $610,000 to settle allegations that it inadvertently discriminated against minority job applicants at two of its Pennsylvania printing plants.
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