California Employee Rights Lawsuits Address Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation
While no attorney or law firm can guarantee that your case will be successful or that these results will be seen in your case, results in three key lawsuits in California reveal that employee rights claims remain a viable means to address discrimination, harassment and retaliation at work:
Retailer Abercrombie & Fitch recently agreed to resolve a class-action discrimination lawsuit for approximately $50 million.
A jury award of $820,700 for harassing blog posts written by managers was upheld by the California Court of Appeals.
Go Daddy was found liable for retaliation when it ignored an employee’s complaint of bias and later terminated him without conducting an investigation into his complaint. The Go Daddy jury awarded Plaintiff over $350,000 for damages related to retaliation, even though it did not find that any discrimination had occurred.