Summary Judgment Granted in Arbitration on Claim of Sexual Orientation Discrimination

A vocational institution faced a claim in arbitration based on sexual orientation discrimination by a director who was terminated for having posted sexually explicit information on the internet.  The employee claimed the termination was based on his sexual orientation, whereas the employer argued that the termination was the result of unprofessional conduct.  The employer brought a motion for summary judgment, which was granted in its entirety and so obtained a complete judgment in its favor.  
 

Location

Arbitration, Orange County California

Counsel

Amy S. Williams

Related Industries

  • Education

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