Age Discrimination and Retaliation Claims End at Summary Judgment

The female manager of a large multinational corporation claimed that she had been retaliated against for reporting alleged meal and rest break violations and discriminated against on the basis of her age. CDF defended the corporation, convincing the court of insufficient evidence of discrimination and/or retaliation and granted our client summary judgment.

Location

U.S. States District Court, Southern District of California

Counsel

Dave Carothers

Related Industries

  • Consumer Goods & Retail

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