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Hostess can’t sue over request to not seat blacks

A woman who says she was fired for complaining about a fellow employee’s act of racial discrimination has no standing to sue, a judge ruled. Doris DeRyke sued last year after she lost her job at a Cracker Barrel restaurant ...

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Caregiver discrimination claims grow

Pregnant women, parents of young children and employees caring for sick relatives are bringing an increasing number of discrimination claims. “Family responsibility discrimination” claims are an emerging trend in employment law, and they’re surfacing in Missouri. George Lenard, an employment defense attorney with Chesterfield firm Harris, Dowell, Fisher & Harris, predicts lawyers will file more claims alleging discrimination against caregivers.

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