Officer to get $600K in suit | Albuquerque Journal News

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T.S. Last, ABQ Journal Dec 12, 2013 A Los Alamos County police officer will receive $600,000 as part of a settlement with the county, bringing to a close a federal civil rights lawsuit in which he claimed his supervisors had him involuntarily committed to the state psychiatric hospital last year. As part of the agreement, Brian Schamber will relinquish his…

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Officer to get $600K in suit

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T.S. Last, ABQ Journal Dec 12, 2013 A Los Alamos police officer will receive $600,000 as a part of a settlement with the county, bringing to a close a federal civil rights lawsuit in which he claimed his supervisors had him involuntarily committed to the state psychiatric hospital last year… Click here to read the full article.

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Couple files suit against Los Alamos lab

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T.S. Last, ABQ Journal Dec 5, 2013 A married couple employed by the operators of Los Alamos National Labs are suing the lab and its former Emergency Operations devision leader over what their suit alleges what was a long-standing sexual harrassment by a LANL… Click here to read the full article.

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LANL Employees File Complaint Against Tony Stanford

By | Civil Litigation, Employment Law, In The Media

Carol A. Clark, Daily Post Dec 4, 2013 Attorney John Day filed a complaint in First District Court in Santa Fe this afternoon against Los Alamos National Security, LLC, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Tony Stanford for assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent hiring, supervision and retention. read more via Los Alamos Daily Post

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Clerk praised in court hearing

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T.S. Last, ABQ Journal Sept 27, 2013 Santa Fe County Clerk Geraldine Salazar received compliments from both opposing lawyers and the judge during a Thursday court hearing involving a same-sex couple who were initially denied a marriage license at the clerk’s office… Click here to read the full article.

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Judge rules in favor of Los Alamos same sex marriage license

By | Civil Rights Advocacy, In The Media

September 5, 2013 Albuquerque Journal Los Alamos county clerk Sharon Stover refused to issue a Los Alamos same sex marriage license to Janet Newton and Maria Thibodeau after District Court Judge Sheri Raphaelson ruled that same sex couples are entitled to be married in New Mexico.  Sharon Stover went before a judge to defend her decision to defy a court…

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