1. September 28, 2020

    Atty Fired After Getting COVID-19 Seeks To Save FMLA Row

    A former in-house counsel has pushed back against his ex-employer's bid to duck a lawsuit over his firing after he contacted COVID-19, telling a Pennsylvania federal court that the metals company took issue with his lack of work while he was sick.

  2. July 21, 2020

    Cos. Say Atty Was Fired For Relocating, Not For Getting Virus

    Two businesses formed from a metals company have denied a former in-house counsel's claim that he was fired for taking time off to recover from the novel coronavirus, saying he was axed for abruptly moving to Europe, not taking sick leave. 

  3. May 19, 2020

    Metals Co. Sued For Firing Atty Who Contracted COVID-19

    A New York attorney claims he was fired from his counsel position with a metals company after he contracted the novel coronavirus and asked to work remotely in Europe while he recovered, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Pittsburgh federal court.

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