In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for October 16, 2023, Brad and Curt discuss a Mississippi firefighter facing felony embezzlement charges for stealing from the firefighter’s association; a ruling from the 11th Circuit holding that a retired firefighter lacks standing to sue her former fire department for disability discrimination; a suit by a firefighter union seeking to block a fire district from contracting out; the dismissal of a landowner and a private fire contractor from a suit arising out of a major wildland fire; and a lawsuit brought against a local volunteer fire department by a county alleging breach of contract.
Mississippi Firefighter Facing Embezzlement Charges is Fired
Court Concludes ADA Does Not Apply to Post Employment Discrimination Against Retirees
Washington Union Seeks Injunction to Block Contracting Out
Court Dismisses Boeing and Fire Contractor from Woolsey Fire Litigation
NC County Sues Volunteer Fire Department