Federal Contractor Defeats Gender, Race and Sexual Orientation Discrimination Claims

A CDF client, a federal contractor, was challenged by claims of gender, race and sexual orientation discrimination, harassment and retaliation.  Before trial, CDF persuaded the plaintiff to dismiss one of the individual defendants, and to dismiss the sexual orientation claims. At trial, following the plaintiffs’ evidence presentation, the court granted our request for nonsuit on the retaliation claims.

Location

Superior Court of California, County of San Diego

Counsel

Dave Carothers

Related Industries

  • Engineering and Construction

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