A state attorney fired for an anti-gay campaign against a college student can’t collect unemployment benefits, the Michigan appeals court says.
State officials are asking a judge to reconsider a decision granting unemployment benefits to a former assistant attorney general who was fired after hounding a gay student leader at the University of Michigan.
A judge has ruled that former Michigan assistant attorney general Andrew Shirvell, fired for misconduct, should receive unemployment benefits.
A jury has found in favor of a gay University of Michigan student body president in his lawsuit against a former Michigan assistant attorney general.
Jury selection is starting in a civil lawsuit against a former state of Michigan lawyer who is accused of stalking and defaming a gay student government president at the University of Michigan.
A federal judge has declined to dismiss a lawsuit that accuses a then-Michigan assistant attorney general of stalking a gay University of Michigan student government president.
A state hearing officer has upheld the 2010 firing of an assistant attorney general who was accused of harassing the gay U-M student government president.
The first openly gay student body president at the University of Michigan has announced that he will be forming a scholarship fund to benefit bullied students.
A federal judge is refusing to seal the deposition of a former state of Michigan attorney who lost his job after being accused of harassing a college student.
The openly gay University of Michigan student assembly president who says a former assistant state attorney general stalked him in person and on the Internet and inflicting emotional distress.