Beehive Medical Electronics v. Industrial

Beehive Medical Electronics v. Industrial

Defendant, Belva Alsop (hereafter “Alsop”), commenced this action below claiming a violation under the Utah Antidiscrimination Act, Chapter 35, Title 34 (hereafter “Act”). On September 4, 1974, she filed a complaint, pursuant to Sec. 34-35-7, claiming sex discrimination in rate of pay between herself and several men who were hired to do the same work that the defendant did. On April 28, 1975, the original hearing in this matter was held before a hearing examiner of the Industrial Commission of the State of Utah. On May 8, 1975, the hearing examiner made findings of fact and Conclusions of law in favor of Alsop. In its order dated July 8, 1975, the Industrial Commission adopted the findings of fact and Conclusions of law of the hearing examiner and from its order Plaintiff Beehive Medical Electronics, Inc., now known as Beehive International, (hereafter “Beehive”), appealed to the District Court of Salt Lake County for a trial de novo.

Beehive Medical Electronics v. Industrial

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