2010 Florida Statutes
Civil remedy; injunctive relief.
Civil remedy; injunctive relief.—
Any person who may be denied employment or discriminated against in his or her employment on account of membership or nonmembership in any labor union or labor organization shall be entitled to recover from the discriminating employer, other person, firm, corporation, labor union, labor organization, or association, acting separately or in concert, in the courts of this state, such damages as he or she may have sustained and the costs of suit, including reasonable attorney’s fees. If such employer, other person, firm, corporation, labor union, labor organization, or association acted willfully and with malice or reckless indifference to the rights of others, punitive damages may be assessed against such employer, other person, firm, corporation, labor union, labor organization, or association.
Any person sustaining injury as a result of any violation or threatened violation of the provisions of this section shall be entitled to injunctive relief against any and all violators or persons threatening violation.
The remedy and relief provided for by this section shall not be available to public employees as defined in part II of this chapter.
s. 2, ch. 74-100; s. 1, ch. 77-174; s. 4, ch. 77-343; s. 151, ch. 97-103.