Burlington County, together with lawyer, paid $40,000 to resolve library official’s discrimination and whistleblower lawsuit.

On September 3, 2020, Burlington County and a lawyer agreed to pay a former assistant library director $40,000 to resolve her lawsuit that alleged, among other issues, that library officials retaliated against her after she “overreacted” by directing a staff member to call 911 when a “noxious odor” invaded the library and caused several people… Continue reading Burlington County, together with lawyer, paid $40,000 to resolve library official’s discrimination and whistleblower lawsuit.

Brick school board sued for discriminating against grounds worker because of his alcoholism.

In his March 30, 2020 lawsuit, a grounds worker formerly employed by the Brick Township (Ocean County, NJ) Board of Education sued the school board and its head of Human Resources for firing him after he allegedly failed a February 19, 2019 alcohol breath test. In his lawsuit, Brian Flynn stated that he was summoned… Continue reading Brick school board sued for discriminating against grounds worker because of his alcoholism.