Harassment & Discrimination in the Entertainment Industry
Combating Harassment and Discrimination in the Entertainment Industry
Outten & Golden is investigating the entertainment industry and would like to speak with anyone who has experienced harassment, abuse, or discrimination while working in the industry.
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Sexual harassment cases in the entertainment industry can require privacy, confidentiality, and care. Outten & Golden attorneys help survivors navigate a hostile and confusing legal system, access justice, and hold perpetrators accountable while helping our clients to reclaim their lives.
On Friday, July 10, our partner Jenny Schwartz, along with co-counsel Patrice Goldman of the Law Offices of Patrice L. Goldman, won a $1,355,000 verdict in California Superior Court (Marin County) on behalf of James Caldwell, an employee whistleblower who was retaliated against – after 11 years…
Outten & Golden LLP is representing Mr. Kelvin Nash in a charge of discrimination against Sephora USA, LLC. Mr. Nash, a 41-year-old African American man from Memphis, Tennessee, alleges that Sephora revoked his job offer due to his past criminal record, which he believes violates Title VII…
The lawsuit titled Haggan v. Google LLC, which was lodged in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of Kings, resulted in a class and collective action settlement for certain employees who worked at Google LLC.
The complaint alleged that Google LLC violated New York City, New York…