Casey Clarkson v. Alaska Airlines & Horizon Airlines
This is a class action lawsuit involving Alaska Airlines and Horizon Airlines’ violations of USERRA’s re-employment and benefit provisions. Specifically, this case alleges that Horizon Airlines utilized a virtual credit policy that violated USERRA’s re-employment statute insofar as the virtual credit policy made it so reservists who served on military duty were returned to work in a lower flying status. The case also alleges that Alaska Airlines violated USERRA’s benefit provision by failing to pay military reservists for short term military leave while paying other similarly situated workers for like periods of short term leave. A copy of the complaint is available here.
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