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State v. Intermountain Centers for Human Development, Inc.

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA") to correct unlawful employment practices, to provide appropriate relief to the charging party, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained when the Defendant failed to reasonably accommodate Martha Zamorano because of her disability, in violation of the ACRA

State v. Natural Healthcare Alternative(sexual harassment)

This is an action brought pursuant to the Arizona Civil Rights Act to correct an unlawful employment practice, provide appropriate relief to an aggrieved person, and vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this action redress injury inflicted upon aggrieved party Sydney Rothamer (hereinafter, "Ms. Rothamer") by her former employer, Dr. Frank Bly Hatch and Natural Health Care Alternatives, P.C., which occurred as a result of sexual harassment and sex discrimination in violation of Arizona Civil Rights Act, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1463.

State v. Tim's Buick (sexual harassment)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act to correct an unlawful employment practice, to provide appropriate relief to an aggrieved person, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained because Defendants engaged in unwelcome sexual conduct toward Candy Lambrecht that was sufficiently pervasive or severe to alter the terms and conditions of her employment and to compel her to resign her position in violation of the Arizona Civil Rights Act,Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1463(B)(1).

State v. The Geo Group, Inc. (sex/retaliation)

This is a public enforcement action to correct (1) the unlawful practice of different treatment in the terms, conditions, and privileges of employment based on sex, including, but not limited to, sex-based hostile work environment and sexual harassment in violation of the Arizona Civil Rights Act, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1463 ("ACRA"), and (2) the unlawful practice of retaliating against employees for complaining about discrimination, in violation of ACRA, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1464.

State v. Community Provider of Enrichment Services (disability)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA") to correct unlawful employment practices, to provide appropriate relief to the charging party, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained when the Defendant refused to hire or provide a reasonable accommodation to Lisa Parra because of her disability, in violation of the ACRA.

State v. Frito-Lay, Inc. (sex/race)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act to correct an unlawful employment practice, to provide appropriate relief to an aggrieved person, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained because Defendants Frito-Lay, Inc., and Frito-Lay North America, Inc. (collectively, "Frito-Lay") discriminated against Shelly Reyes ("Ms.

State v. Goel Enterprises, Inc. (sex/retaliation)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act to correct an unlawful employment practice, to provide appropriate relief to an aggrieved person, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained because Defendant Goel Enterprises, Inc.'s ("Defendant") supervisory employee, Frank De La Ossa, engaged in unwelcome sexual conduct toward Charging Party Marissa Lechuga that constitutes an unlawful employment practice in violation of the Arizona Civil Rights Act, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1463(B)(l).

State v. La Paloma Family Services, Inc. (disability)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA") to correct unlawful employment practices, to provide appropriate relief to the charging party, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained when the Defendant refused to hire Linda Haley because of her disability, in violation of the ACRA.

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