LAF cases

Court Case: A.D. v. Stanford University

A.D., a pediatrician and lung specialist, sued Stanford University for discrimination based on national origin, race, and gender. Read more »

Court Case: Glaser v. Fulton-Montgomery Community College, et al.

Marlene Glaser sued the college for sex discrimination in the denial of promotion, and retaliation for complaining about the denial of promotion, in violation of Title VII and New York state laws. Read more »

Court Case: Kowal-Vern v. Loyola University at Chicago, et al.

Areta Kowal-Vern filed suit in 1998 in federal district court alleging sex discrimination, age discrimination, and retaliation. Read more »

Court Case: Thomas v. University of Rhode Island

J. Thomas sued the University of Rhode Island for sexual harassment and retaliation for complaining of the harassment. Read more »

Court Case: Daly v. Princeton University

Ruth Daly sued the university for sex discrimination in the denial of tenure and sexual harassment in violation of New Jersey state aws. Read more »

Court Case: Vuolo v. Board of Trustees, University of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, et al.

Cheryl Vuolo sued the university alleging, in part, pay inequity in violation of the Equal Pay Act and Massachusetts state laws, and sexual harassment and retaliation for complaining about sex discrimination in violation of state laws. Read more »

Court Case: Crangle v. Stanford University

Colleen Crangle sued the university alleging sex discrimination, sexual harassment through a hostile work environment, disparate treatment based on gender, and retaliation for complaining of sex discrimination. Read more »

Court Case: Dace v. University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

Letitia Dace, a professor of English at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, sued the university for sex discrimination in promotion. Read more »

Court Case: Duffy/Jackson v. California Polytechnic State University

Susan Duffy and Lorraine Jackson, both faculty members at California Polytechnic State University, sued the university alleging pay inequity, disparate treatment, and sexual harassment. Read more »

Court Case: Clinger v. New Mexico Highlands University

Catherine Clinger sued the university for sex discrimination in the denial of tenure in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and other claims under both federal and New Mexico state laws. Read more »