Tuesday: Authorized Roundtable Digs Into Discrimination Statements, County Governance

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Did KMOV discriminate against a former meteorologist? Meghan Danahey is 46, and she states in a new lawsuit that her age, and gender, place her on the CBS affiliate’s chopping block.

And what about the white college student suing Villa Duschene? The anonymous higher college senior claims she was threatened and harassed by Black college students soon after sporting a “thin blue line” sticker on her laptop. She suggests the faculty discriminated in opposition to her by “encouraging and facilitating race-based mostly aggression.”

We’ll explore all those claims, and substantially a lot more, on Tuesday’s St. Louis on the Air. This month’s legal roundtable involves William Freivogel, a professor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale Eric Financial institutions of Banking companies Legislation LLC and Sarah Swatosh of Sedey Harper Westhoff P.C.

Other matters on the agenda consist of the bizarre electrical power battle underway on the St. Louis County Council, which is now the issue of courtroom motion, and ongoing difficulties to federal government entities’ capacity to shut down companies and occasions in the course of the pandemic.

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