In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for October 3, 2022, Curt discusses a lawsuit filed by an Oregon woman who claims she was sexually abused and given stolen drugs by a fire department paramedic; a lawsuit filed by a Rhode Island city against a firefighters’ union claiming that certain current and retired firefighters owe the city $385,000 in overpayments that the city allegedly made back in 2013; a suit filed by a Columbia fire captain who was terminated over comments he posted online that were critical of law enforcement following a shooting death of one of his relatives; a wrongful termination suit filed by an Ohio firefighter-medic who was dismissed after he conducted a court ordered blood-draw from an impaired driving suspect; and civil claims filed by Walmart following a major fire in a distribution warehouse.
Oregon Woman Seeks $2 Million Alleging Negligent Management of Controlled Substances
Rhode Island City Seeks to Recoup Overpayment to Firefighters
Fire Law Roundup – Special Edition on FLSA Case Update
South Carolina Fire Captain Claims Anti-Police Social Media Post Was Protected Speech
Ohio Medic’s Wrongful Termination Suit Over Blood-Draw to Proceed
Walmart Fire Headlines – It Is Not A Suit But A Claim – Right Now