In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for October 10, 2022, Brad and Curt discussed an investigation into a scantily clad woman filmed exiting a San Jose fire truck and walking into a strip club; a ruling upholding the termination of a Georgia firefighter for an off-duty arrest; a ruling upholding the termination of a Florida fire lieutenant who was fired for refusing to return to work after being demoted for insubordination; a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by an LA County firefighter who was ordered to retire after suffering seizures; and disability discrimination suit filed by a captain in Minnesota who was terminated following PTSD related suicide attempts.
San Jose Investigating Scantily Clad Woman on Engine In Front of Strip Club https://www.firelawblog.com/2022/10/09/san-jose-investigating-scantily-clad-woman-on-engine-in-front-of-strip-club/
Termination of Georgia Firefighter Upheld
Court Upholds Termination of Florida Lieutenant
LA County Firefighter Sues Claiming Disability Discrimination Over Seizures
Terminated Minnesota Fire Captain Sues Claiming Disability Discrimination