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Sep 26, 2007 Dental Hygiene — Chicagoist
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against Dr. James Orrington, DDS, alleging religious and sexual harassment. The suit, filed on behalf of ten employees — 9 women and 1 man? 10 women? — claims the South Side dentist required employees to recite passages from Scientology literature before he'd give them their checks. Three employees were fired after they lodged a complaint with the EEOC in 2005, and another two were fired after they complained about the harassment. According ...
Sep 21, 2007 Southwest Side dentist accused of sexual, religious harassment — Daily Southtown More: icsahome.com
Feds: Workers propositioned, forced to learn about Scientology
A Southwest Side dentist sexually harassed female workers and forced them to recite Scientology formulas in order to get their paychecks, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Thursday.
The EEOC sued Dr. James L. Orrington on behalf of 10 former female employees, including three who were fired by the doctor shortly after they lodged complaints with the commission, said Ann Henry, an EEOC lawyer. The dentist fired two others after they complained ...
Sep 12, 2007 City Dentist Gets Fine, Probation — Daily News Record
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RICHMOND — The Virginia Board of Dentistry ruled Friday that a Harrisonburg dentist broke state regulations by allowing unlicensed assistants to sedate patients.
The board put Dr. Kathryn Biery on indefinite probation, for at least two years, ordered her to take continuing education classes and fined her $24,000, according to Leigh Kiczales, of the Virginia Department of Health Professions Administrative Proceedings Division.
The decision followed Biery’s admission on Thursday that she told unlicensed assistants to sedate children, sometimes calling the order ...
Aug 17, 2007 A bridge too far — Haaretz
Hollywood, Tel Aviv is right behind you: Artists, businesspeople and middle-class seekers are filling the classrooms of local Scientology centers, hoping to rid themselves of excess spiritual baggage. Opera singer Gaby Sade used to have a very short fuse. If someone cut him off, he was capable of getting out of the car and giving the offending driver more than a piece of his mind. If if did not come to blows, he would at least tell him, in choice language, ...
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