A former employee for Pittsburgh Glass Works (PGW) has appealed the 2010 decision in his age discrimination case against the company. James Freeman alleges that “without notice or warning on July 19, 2008, at the age of 60, [he] was told by his supervisor … ‘that his position was being eliminated,’” and that when he questioned whether it had to do with his age, he was told, “You can figure it out.”
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Freeman Appeals Case Against PGW Based on Alleged Bias of Arbitrator
The U.S. District Court of Western Pennsylvania has granted class certification to the former employees in a discrimination suit filed against Pittsburgh Glass Works (PGW). In addition, the court denied PGW’s motion for summary judgment.
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PGW Former Employees Granted Class Certification in Discrimination Case Against PGW
Do you ever think of dabbing on sunscreen before your morning commute or a Sunday drive? If not, you may want to toss a tube of SPF 15 into the glove compartment
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Windshield Blocks Sun Rays, Unlike Windows
A joint stipulation was filed by both Pittsburgh Glass Works (PGW) and the former employees, who are alleging age discrimination against the company, that could connect the lawsuit to documents from a previous age discrimination suit filed against PGW.
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Pittsburgh Glass Works Seeks to Connect Lawsuit to Previous Age Discrimination Case
During Monday’s county commissioners meeting, President Todd Tucker of the Surry County Economic Development Partnership provided updates on the closing of the John S. Clark Company as well as the opening of Pittsburgh Glass Works.
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Commissioners Hear John S. Clark, Pittsburgh Glass Updates
The former Pittsburgh Glass Works’ (PGW) employees, who are alleging age discrimination against the company, have filed a motion to compel discovery related to documents regarding reduction-in-force at PGW during October of 2011.
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Former PGW Employees File Motion to Compel Reduction-in-Force Documents
The former Pittsburgh Glass Works’ employees, who are alleging age discrimination against the company, have been granted permission by the court to file a motion to compel discovery related to documents regarding reduction-in-force at PGW during October of 2011.
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Court Allows Former PGW Employees to Request Documents on PGW’s Reduction-In-Force
GlasWeld has signed on as a Platinum Sponsor for Auto Glass Week 2012 scheduled to be held in Louisville, Ky., September 20-22.
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GlasWeld Signs on as Platinum Sponsor for Auto Glass Week 2012
Officials at Pittsburgh Glass Works (PGW) and several employees who filed suit against the company in October 2010 alleging age discrimination will participate in a mediation session in early February, according to court documents. During that session, the parties say they will attempt to “facilitate settlement discussions” in the ongoing suit.
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PGW, Former Employees, to Discuss Settlement in Age Discrimination Suit
Attendees exploring CES 2012 earlier this month traveling through the automotive section of the convention would have had a difficult time not at least glimpsing the Mercedez-Benz DICE Interior Concept. While the dashboard shows off menus that included media, social, and places, each of them able to control what you’re hearing and seeing around you, who you’re contacting from the vehicle, and mapping where you want to go, it was the windshield that really showed off the state of the future.
Mercedes-Benz DICE Interior Concept Hands-On