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EEOC Sues Sushi at the Lake for Disability Discrimination

Cornelius Restaurant Unlawfully Refused to Hire Applicant Because of Amputated Arm, Federal Agency Charges CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Greenhouse Enterprise, Inc., dba Sushi at the Lake, which operates a restaurant in Cornelius, N.C., violated federal law when it refused to hire a job applicant because of his disability, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged …

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Today is the Last Day! Don’t Forget to Vote for NLR to Receive a Small Business Grant! Sponsored by Mission Main Street and Chase

National Law Review Mission Main Street Small Business Grant Sponsored by Chase

The National Law Review is applying for a grant from Chase’s Mission Main Street program. Chase is committed to helping a small business like ours. They are awarding $3 Million to help small businesses, like the National Law Review, make it big! Today is the last day to cast your vote, so please vote for …

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