February 13, 1987 |
Question: Please recommend a suit that will be in keeping with the new trend to femininity, yet professional enough for the office. What jacket, skirt and blouse style? What fabric? What color? I'm 44, 5-foot-7, wear a Size 12 and work in an executive capacity. Don't be afraid to recommend a designer suit, as this will be my most major purchase of the season. If I cannot afford the exact suit you suggest, at least I will have a blueprint to guide me.--P.T.
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January 22, 1994
Two of 10 women who filed sexual harassment lawsuits against Newport Beach, its former police chief and a former police officer have settled their cases out of court, city officials announced Friday. Peri Ropke, a former dispatcher who accused former Chief Arb Campbell and Capt. Anthony Villa of raping her after a police party in 1981, will receive $113,000.
March 29, 2002 |
A Tokyo court rejected a lawsuit today filed against Japan by two "comfort women" from China who had demanded redress, saying they were kidnapped and forced to have sex with Japanese soldiers during World War II. The rejection of the lawsuit, which was filed in February 1996, is in line with the Japanese government's position that all wartime compensation issues with China were settled by a September 1972 joint statement that established diplomatic ties.
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September 9, 1992 |
A San Diego woman and three others who say they were sexually assaulted at a naval aviators convention have filed multimillion-dollar damage claims against the Navy, their lawyers said Tuesday. In the first legal action stemming from the Tailhook scandal, the women also filed separate lawsuits against Hilton Hotels and the San Diego-based Tailhook Assn., accusing them of negligence for allowing the attacks to take place.
April 5, 1995 |
In the latest legal broadside to hit California's beleaguered prison system, a class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday charges corrections officials with "deliberately indifferent failure" to provide proper medical care to most women inmates.
August 2, 1998 |
A group of women have filed a federal lawsuit to block a new Alabama law that bans the sale of sex toys, arguing the law violates their right to privacy. "No one wants the government in their bedroom," Sherri Williams, one of six plaintiffs, said Friday. Williams owns two Alabama stores that sell sex devices. Another plaintiff, B.J. Bailey, sells similar items at in-home gatherings. The other four women challenging the law are described in the lawsuit as needing sexual aids to have orgasms.