The group commented on this in a Dagens Nyheter article, claiming that Sony paid a large sum of money to use the song. Despite the group's anti-commercial views, they justified the transaction by citing their need for money to establish a record company. Having never before performed live, the Knife went on tour inand after selling out shows worldwide, a DVD of the tour was announced.
In Junehe suffered an anxiety attack and left work. After learning that Boss suffered from generalized anxiety disorder, the employer asked Boss why he did not disclose this at hire and ordered him to provide a medical note clearing him to work. Even though Boss submitted such a note, the employer fired him because of his disability.
Such alleged conduct violates the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits employers from discriminating against employees because of a disability.
The agency seeks to recover monetary compensation for Boss in the form of back pay and compensatory damages for emotional distress, as well as punitive damages. Busse Combat Knife Co. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio after first attempting to reach a voluntary pre-litigation settlement through its conciliation process.
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vetconnexx.com - European Roma Rights Centre - Challenging Discrimination Promoting Equality. Busse Combat Knife Company Sued by EEOC For Disability Discrimination Busse Combat Knife Company, located in Wauseon, Ohio violated federal law by discharging one of their employees because of his disability, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit that was filed on Monday, January 22, SECTION RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION OVERVIEW.
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Sometimes it’s good to just take a look around and realize how good you’ve got it. A quick look at U.K. knife laws illustrates this point, because most of us barbarian Yanks simply won’t believe the emasculated nanny-state restrictions that our British brethren have to live with.