Chicago Bridge and Iron Co. fired him for reporting "about the Chinese government's investigation into allegations that a CB&I operative had offered bribes to a government official," Peter Han claims in Houston Federal Court.
A woman claims she was "repeatedly drugged and then sexually battered, e.g., raped," at a fraternity party. She sued Adam Gainford, The Delta Chi Fraternity, and Abracadabra House Association, in Alameda County Court, Oakland.
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Capt. Charlie's Seafood, of Columbia, N.C., refused to reimburse legal immigrant workers for their expenses and subjected them to other abuses, a class action claims in Raleigh, N.C., Federal Court.
A nurse at Ochsner Medical Center Baton Rouge, sexually assaulted a patient in intensive care and ejaculated on her, she claims in East Baton Rouge Parish Court.
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Chordiant Software is selling itself too cheaply to Pegasystems, for $5 a share, or $161.5 million, shareholders say in Santa Clara County Court, Calif.
Raymond Montgomery, a bar manager at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City, stripped a customer and pushed her into a hot tub, she says in Atlantic County Court, N.J.
Travelers insurance claims Progressive Casualty Insurance's use of an umbrella in its logo violates Travelers' well-known red umbrella logo, in Hartford Federal Court.