Plaintiff, a single mother of two children and an immigrant, was lured by a supervisor under the pretense of “training” to drive with him to a different location. The supervisor took plaintiff to a motel where he raped her, then threatened her and her children if she spoke out. The employer defendant claimed the abuse occurred outside of the course and scope of his employment. Plaintiff asserted improper hiring, retaining and training.
Plaintiff applied and was hired by a major oil company for an engineering position. When the employer discovered plaintiff suffered from type 1 diabetes, they rescinded their employment offer, despite plaintiff’s superior qualifications and lack of actual safety limitations. The plaintiff sued for employment and disability discrimination.
Plaintiff was fired from her employment by defendant government entity when defendant discovered she was pregnant. Defendant claimed plaintiff was performing substandard work.
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