Skip to comments.More trouble for Illinois Central School Bus: Lawsuit
Posted on 10/21/2010 7:23:46 AM PDT by equalrights4all
In addition to the school bus crash after driver leaned to vomit: lawsuit, there is more trouble for one of the largest bus companies in the nation: Illinois Central School Bus, LLC
A mulit-million lawsuit was filed in Federal Court with the United States District Court for the Northern of Illinois Eastern Division.
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More trouble for one of the largest bus companies in the nation: Illinois Central School Bus, LLC
A lawsuit was filed in Federal Court with the United States District Court for the Northern of Illinois Eastern Division. Case No. 09 CV 5360 was filed through the Law Offices of Eugene Hollander in September of 2009.
Nine charges were filed against Illinois Central School Bus, LLC and its owner Bruce Barr, Defendants Count I Title VII Sexual Harassment/Hostile Work Environment
Count II Title VII Gender Discrimination
Count III Title VII Retaliation
Count IV Illinois Minimum Wage Law Overtime Wages Against both Defendants
Count V Illinois Wage payment and Collection Act Uncompensated Hours Against both Defendants
Count VI Fair Labor Standards Act Overtime Wages Against both Defendants
Count VII Assault and Battery Against both Defendants
Count VIII Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Against both Defendants
Count IX Illinois Gender Violence Act 740 ILCS/1, ET.SEQ Against both Defendants
Thanks for the tip. FYI: Summary judgment was rendered and most of the charges stayed in. It will be interesting to see what happens in court! Wow these are some serious charges! I was shocked when I read it was against the OWNER BRUCE BARR!!! One question: How can a school bus company stay in business when the owner himself is charged with these issues. I do not think school districts research the companies background very well. WE ARE ENTRUSTING our CHILDREN to the company! God forbid!
Researched...yes the summary judgment was finalized. The majority of the chages remained in tact. I will be interesting to see the outcome in court!