In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for May 8, 2023, Brad and Curt discuss a suit brought by a woman who was injured in an altercation with an on-duty Sparks, Nevada firefighter; a race discrimination suit brought by a lieutenant with the Baltimore City Fire Department; a ruling by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals holding that the Memphis Fire Department did not discriminate against an African American female who sought a position as an “Airmask Maintenance Mechanic”; a lawsuit filed by a CalFire captain who was demoted claiming harassment and retaliation; an interview with three FDNY chief officers about their suit against the fire commissioner; and a case Brad is handling out of North Amityville, New York that involves inappropriate expenditures of taxpayer funds.
Nevada Firefighter Sued Over Altercation With Woman
Baltimore City Lieutenant Files Race Discrimination Suit
Memphis Fire Prevails on Intersectional Race-Gender Discrimination Claim
Demoted Captain Sues CalFire Alleging Disability Discrimination and Retaliation
Demoted FDNY Chiefs Interviewed About Lawsuits
Long Island fire department allegedly spent over $500K on jewelry, vacations and more