In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for July 18, 2022, Brad and Curt discuss a Massachusetts firefighter charged with using a hidden camera to secretly record a female colleague in the firehouse; a Georgia firefighter who filed a whistleblower retaliation suit claiming he was purposefully passed over for promotion because he testified in an earlier whistleblower retaliation suit brought by a colleague; a firefighter who is already suing one Louisville Metro fire department for gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation filing a new suit against a second fire department for refusing to honor its offer to hire her; a ruling in favor of the City of Houston in a race discrimination suit; and a suit by a former Wisconsin firefighter claiming she was sexually harassed and then retaliated against once she complained.
Massachusetts Firefighter Charged With Secretly Recording Female Colleague
Georgia Firefighter Claims Whistleblower Retaliation Because He Testified in Support of Earlier Whistleblower
Kentucky Firefighter-Medic Files Suit Against Second Fire Department
Houston Prevails in Race Discrimination Suit