Manufacturer Wins Dismissal with Statute of Limitations Argument

The former employee of a midsize manufacturer sued the company and her former supervisor for gender discrimination, breach of implied and express contract, wrongful termination, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.  CDF was able to have the entire case thrown out almost immediately when plaintiff missed the statute of limitations deadline by one day, despite plaintiff's tolling argument.  This was an excellent result for the client because though it had a legitimate business reason for terminating the plaintiff's employment, it had not done a good job of documenting its reasons.

Location

Superior Court of California, County of Orange

Counsel

Marie D. DiSante
Laura L. Saadeh

Related Industries

  • Manufacturing

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