Debra S. Katz, David J. Marshall and Nicole J. Williams filed a whistleblower retaliation complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor on behalf of Michael Smith, a nuclear engineer at the Joseph M. Farley Nuclear Plant. Smith's complaint, filed with the United States Department of Labor, alleges that Southern has retaliated...
The Washington Post quoted from Ms. Katz's letter to Mr. Fielding concerning Special Counsel Scott Bloch's obstruction of the investigation of the OPM IG into allegations of prohibited personnel practices and other serious violations of federal law by Bloch, including retaliation against employees who disputed his policies.
Congressional Daily reports on letter sent by Debra S. Katz to Fred Fielding, White House Counsel.
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Letter to Fred Fielding dated October 9, 2007
The New York Post quotes Debra S. Katz about the impact the Isiah Thomas verdict will have for other sexual harassment litigants.
The Washington Post Magazine published the results of the Washington DC Area's Best Lawyers excerpted from the 2008 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, the preeminent guide to the legal profession in the United States. Debra S. Katz was selected as one of the nation's top employment lawyers and civil rights lawyers....
The National Law Journal quotes Debra S. Katz concerning two employment discrimination cases before the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2007-2008 term. (Subscribers only)
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by June Arney, Sun reporter
Woodlawn-based BlueHippo might face more lawsuits
BlueHippo Funding LLC, a Woodlawn-based company that has sparked consumer complaints nationwide for allegedly overcharging or failing to deliver electronic goods to customers, may face additional lawsuits after a federal appeals court ruling this...
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond has dismissed an appeal by BlueHippo in a class-actions lawsuit challenging the company's business practices. BlueHippo's appeal had sought to force all customers nationwide to pursue their claims through individual arbitration proceedings, even if they had never signed...
by Joseph S. Enoch, ConsumerAffairs.Com
Decision opens the door to class action suits against the company
Federal Courts have dealt a blow to BlueHippo Funding by dismissing the company's attempt to force all of its customers to take their complaints to arbitration, opening the door to class-action lawsuits.
The company, based...