Bay Area Exec Sues Kaiser For AIDS Discrimination

Law360 (June 5, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A former policy pioneer and public affairs director of Kaiser Permanente lodged a suit in a California state court last month, accusing the health care provider of AIDS discrimination and breach of contract after a supervisor allegedly forced him out of his job.

Jeffrey Sterman, a well-known community organizer and HIV activist in the San Francisco Bay Area, filed the suit in the California Superior Court, claiming Kaiser Permanente forced him to work excessive hours without regard for his HIV status, causing severe health complications, and...
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