Oct 18, 2010 ... Hithon believed his supervisor's failure to promote him resulted from racial prejudice and filed an employment discrimination claim against Tyson Foods, Inc. in 1996. Part of the evidence backing Hithon's claim was testimony confirming his white boss's habit of referring to him, an African-American man, ...
Jan 31, 2011 ... Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tyson Foods, Inc. ( collectively, "Tyson") and is the world's largest supplier of premium beef and ...... " higher" Eleventh Circuit standard requiring showing that employees retained " significant affirmative responsibilities" during meal period); Chavez v.
In December 2001, a federal grand jury returned a 36-count indictment against Tyson Foods, Inc., the world's largest poultry processor, and several individuals, charging the defendants with conspiring to smuggle undocumented aliens into the U.S. and employing them at Tyson's chicken processing ... read more >.
Jun 9, 2015 ... This case was filed on February 10, 2011, in the District of Columbia. Related Document(s):. Information · Deferred Prosecution Agreement · Press Release ( DPA). Government's Motion to Dismiss · Order Granting Government's Motion to Dismiss. Component: Criminal - Criminal Fraud Section. Updated ...
28 Jul 2008 ... Case opinion for US 10th Circuit TYSON FOODS INC v. ... Alberto Carrillo; Javier Carravajal; Luis Castanon; Maria Rosario Castillo; Victor Castillo; David Castro; Cipriano Cerna; Flavio Chavez; Jose A. Chavez; Griselda Claro; Jesus Claro; Jose L. Contreras; Eliseo Perez Correa; Agustin Cruz; Flor Angela ...
Feb 21, 2006 ... Petitioners Anthony Ash and John Hithon were superintendents at a poultry plant owned and operated by respondent Tyson Foods, Inc. Petitioners, who are African-American, sought promotions to fill two open shift manager positions, but two white males were selected instead. Alleging that Tyson had ...
Aug 19, 2014 ... CHAVEZ DE MONTES; JAVIER. DELGADO .... Plaintiffs – Appellees, v. TYSON FOODS, INC.; TYSON FRESH. MEATS, INC.,. Defendants – Appellees. . Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of ... Tyson. Foods, Inc., seeking unpaid wages for time spent on pre- and post-shift activities.
Holding: The district court did not err in certifying and maintaining a class of employees who allege that the employer's failure to pay them for donning and doffing protective gear violate the Fair Labor Standards Act, notwithstanding the employees' reliance on “representative evidence” to determine the number of additional ...
A summary and case brief of WLR Foods, Inc. v. Tyson Foods, Inc., including the facts, issue, rule of law, holding and reasoning, key terms, and concurrences and dissents.