Discrimination & Harassment

Class Actions

Outten & Golden attorneys represent employees across industries who have been victims of unlawful discrimination in the workplace, including harassment by their employers. When an employer implements a company-wide policy that discriminates against a group of similar employees, a class action lawsuit is the most effective and efficient vehicle for vindicating workers’ rights. Through class action litigation, employees can get the type and breadth of data necessary to prove that an employer has violated the law against them as a group and create company-wide changes to prevent future violations. 

Class action litigation requires a particular expertise, resources, and skills to prosecute successfully. Outten & Golden has represented hundreds of workers in successful class actions, against some of the largest corporations in America, protecting the rights of women, people of color, and others to be free from unlawful discrimination and harassment in the workplace. 

Related Cases

Uber Equal Pay and Harassment Class Action

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Active

Outten & Golden LLP is proud to announce the $10,000,000 class action settlement on behalf of software engineers of color and female software engineers at Uber, which also requires Uber to reform its employment practices to prevent future discrimination and harassment.  The lawsuit alleges...

Raley’s Pregnancy Discrimination

Status:
Active

On April 9, 2015, Outten & Golden LLP and our co-counsel, The Liu Law Firm P.C. and Equal Rights Advocates, filed a pregnancy discrimination class action lawsuit against Raley’s Family of Fine Stores in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Sacramento. The case, ...

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