Tag Archives: California Firefighter Procedural Bill of Rights

Fire Law Roundup for May 30, 2022

In this week’s episode Brad and Curt discuss a termination case out of Sacramento; a civil suit by a terminated San Francisco FF; the settlement of a suit by a former Cleveland BC; an AFFF suit by San Diego against foam manufacturers; and the sentencing of a union treasurer for stealing over $200k.

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Lawsuit Challenges San Diego Fire and Police Vaccine Mandate

A lawsuit challenging a COVID19 vaccine mandate for San Diego firefighters and police officers has been filed in San Diego County Superior Court. The suit was filed by SDFD Captain Justus Norgord, two police officers and a private non-profit, Protection of the Educational Rights of Kids.

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California Captain Files Third Race Discrimination Suit in Seven Years

A Montebello fire captain who sued the department for race discrimination in 2013 and 2017, has filed his third race discrimination lawsuit. Captain Vernon Creswell filed suit yesterday in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging for retaliation, disability discrimination, and violation of the California Firefighter Procedural Bill of Rights.

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