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Appeals court backs American Airlines in disability case, says not forced under ADA to let worker work from home
A federal appeals panel has come down on the side of American Airlines in a suit filed by a former employee who alleged the airline violated the Americans with Disabilities Act when it ended the accommodations that made it possible for her to do her job at home.
Judge won't let class action proceed vs American Air over cancelled reservations for not early enough check-ins
A federal judge has granted American Airlines’ request to reject a class action complaint accusing it of violating contracts by canceling reservations for passengers who don’t check in an hour before their scheduled departure.
A federal judge has dismissed American Airlines, for now, from a 2017 class action complaint in which employees complained new uniforms made them sick.
American Airlines employees have filed a class action complaint against the carrier and the company that makes their new uniforms, alleging chemicals in the synthetic fabric have sickened thousands of workers.
Two airplane passengers are suing the Boeing Company, General Electric Company and American Airlines Inc. for alleged negligence.
A woman is suing G.E. Aviation Systems LLC, the Boeing Company and American Airlines for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.
Judge: Fed labor law grounds lawsuit vs American Airlines over shut down of mechanics' hiring incentive program
A federal judge has dismissed an American Airlines worker’s class action over the removal of a special training and advancement program.
New worker fingerprint class actions now target Southwest, American airlines, Hilton, Wyndham hotels
Southwest and American airlines, and hotel and resort operators Hilton and Wyndham, have been added to the large and growing list of employers in Chicago and elsewhere in Illinois targeted by class action lawsuits accusing them of not securing their workers’ written authorization before scanning their fingerprints into their company databases to more accurately log and track their employees’ work hours.
Retired flight attendants cleared to continue suing American Airlines over change to boarding status perk
A group of American Airlines retirees will be able to continue their lawsuit against the company over changes to their priority boarding status, which they claim was guaranteed to them as a retirement benefit.