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Supermarket Chain Found In Violation Of The National Labor Relations Act.(Brief Article)
September 26, 2001... King Soopers operates a chain of supermarkets in Colorado. Many of the stores are unionized, with the grocery and delicatessen employees at such stores being represented by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW), and the bakery employees at such stores being represented by the...
Judge Awards Medical Devices Company $923,743 After Another Company Improperly Hired Away Its Former Heart Valve Salesman.(Sulzer Carbomedics Inc.)(Brief Article)
September 26, 2001... Doug Clark was the sole shareholder of two corporations through which he had conducted a business selling medical devices, Oregon Cardio-Devices, Inc. ("OCD") and Northwest Cardio-Devices, Inc. ("NCD"). In 1996, Clark entered into two agreements with Sulzer Carbomedics to sell...
Nurses Considered Independent Contractors For Employment Security Purposes Rules Court.(Brief Article)
September 26, 2001... Health Care Associates, Inc. ("HCA"), places nurses on a part-time or temporary basis at hospitals and nursing homes. It requires nurses to be licensed, but otherwise exerts no supervisory control over them. HCA provides no benefits, insurance, healthcare, vacation pay, retirement,...
Jury Finds No Gender Discrimination At Pierre Hotel.(sex discrimination case)(Brief Article)
September 26, 2001... Four woman sued the Pierre Hotel in the United States District Court For The Southern District Of New York trying to prove that the hotel did not hire them as banquet servers because of their gender. In late summer of 1998, the Pierre Hotel had interviewed 37 applicants, 30 men and 7...
Court Rules Employee Benefit Plan Not Required To Pay For Home Health Care.(Brief Article)
September 26, 2001... Cecilia Wall, a resident of Lake Wylie, South Carolina, worked for the Homelite Division of Textron in Charlotte, North Carolina. In April 1994, she was diagnosed with an inoperable and terminal brain tumor which, a short time later, forced her to cease working. Her treating physician...