California Civil Rights Law Group and Bryan Schwartz Law have filed a class action lawsuit against Tesla, Inc., on behalf of current and former African-American Employees. Details of the lawsuit can be found in the official Complaint available on the CCRLG website.
Fremont, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2017
California Civil Rights Law Group and Bryan Schwartz Law have filed a class action lawsuit against Tesla, Inc. on behalf of current and former African-American employees. Details of the lawsuit are available on the official Complaint which can be viewed online at http://www.civilrightsca.com/2017/11/13/tesla-complaint/.
The suit was filed jointly by two Oakland-based civil rights law firms, California Civil Rights Law Group (CCRLG) and Bryan Schwartz Law. Attorneys of both firms are available for media inquiries either via the web link above or by calling (415) 453-4740.
The lawsuit was filed in Alameda County Superior Court under Docket No. RG17882082. A PDF copy of the complaint is available at http://www.civilrightsca.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/2017-11-13-Complaint-File-Stamped-Copy.pdf.
About California Civil Rights Law Group
The California Civil Rights Law Group (http://www.civilrightsca.com/), led by prominent trial attorney Larry Organ, is dedicated to furthering the cause of employee civil rights throughout the state. The legal team has made it its priority to provide help to those who need it the most, and specializes in representing plaintiffs in matters involving race, sex and disability harassment, discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
About Bryan Schwartz Law
Bryan Schwartz Law (http://www.bryanschwartzlaw.com) is dedicated to continuing the struggle for civil rights and equality of employment opportunity and helping Americans from every background to achieve their highest career potential. The firm has recovered tens of millions of dollars in individual, class, and collective actions involving discrimination and retaliation, harassment, denied disability accommodations, whistleblower reprisal, wage and hour violations, Federal employees’ rights, and severance negotiations.
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