Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Employment

State v. CEO Foods, Inc. (sex/retaliation)

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 to redress injury inflicted upon aggrieved party Bernadette Grijalva (hereinafter, "Ms. Grijalva") by her former employer, Eegees, which occurred as a result of sex discrimination and retaliation in violation of Arizona Civil Rights Act, A.R.S.

State v. Fred's Arena Bar & Steak House (sex)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA"), A.R.S. § 41-1401, et seq., to correct unlawful sex discrimination in employment, to provide appropriate relief to aggrieved persons, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained by Catherine MacPherson Sinclair who was unlawfully discriminated against by Defendants.

State v. Pima County (disability)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act, A.R.S. § 41-1401 et seq. ("ACRA"), to correct unlawful employment practices, 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 due to Defendants' failure to make a reasonable accommodation for the physical limitations of their disabled employee, Celine A. Baker, in violation of the ACRA.

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

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 to redress injury inflicted upon aggrieved party Mabel Munoz (hereinafter, "Ms. Munoz") by her former employer, Defendant Zimbow Enterprises, Inc., (hereinafter, "Zimbow") with regard to: (1) to unwelcome verbal and physical conduct of a sexual nature in the workplace; (2) unlawful conditions of employment; and (3) unlawful retaliation.

State v. Marana Health Center, Inc. (sex)

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 Marana Health Center, Inc., failed to hire Charging Party Joy R. Mockbee, M.D., to be its Medical Director, a position for which she applied and was qualified, and instead hired a less-qualified male applicant. Defendant thus discriminated against Dr.

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