EEOC Charge Defeated in Alleged National Origin Discrimination by Luxury Good Retailer

Our client, the manufacturer and retailer of luxury goods, faced an EEOC charge brought by an employee alleging national origin discrimination. CDF successfully guided the employer through the investigation and defended the charge.

Location

EEOC, San Francisco Regional Office

Counsel

Marianne C. Koepf

Related Industries

  • Manufacturing

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