Disability Rights Organization Sued for Anti-Military Animus and Discrimination

Disability Rights Organization Sued for Anti-Military Animus and Discrimination

Chicago, IL – A lawsuit was filed this week against a prominent Chicagoland disability rights organization and the Chair of its Board of Directors, for firing a new employee who was a long-standing volunteer because of his military service. The lawsuit was filed by Patterson Law Firm and 1818 on behalf of Scott “Shalom” Klein and alleges that Klein was abruptly terminated just a few months into his employment based on his obligations as a Lieutenant in the United States Army Reserve.

  • The lawsuit can be found here.
  • The Press Release can be found here.
  • Recent blog on USERRA can be found here.

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