In an ongoing case, Attorneys Daniel and Erin Reisman are representing a man in a workplace harassment and
discrimination lawsuit. Our client, who is a black man, claims to have found a dummy
of his likeness hanging from a noose at his place of employment. Attorneys
Reisman assisted our client in filing the lawsuit last week with the San
Bernardino County Superior Court.
According to the public details of the lawsuit, our client Michael J. suffered
racially motivated harassment at the United Furniture Industries factory
where he worked. On July 17, the harassment reached a new low when our
client found the dummy hanging over his workstation.
Our Client Reported the Issue
As alleged in the complaint, Immediately after finding the dummy, Michael
reported the incident to his supervisor. However, his supervisors brushed
off the act as a joke, and the man who claimed responsibility for the
dummy was never disciplined. No action was taken to remove Michael from
the hostile work environment or help improve conditions.
Following his initial complaint about the dummy, Michael’s coworkers
reportedly made “nasty comments” to him and looked at him
with “hostile glares.” To protect himself from this unwarranted
treatment, he again complained to his supervisors, but to no avail.
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Pursuing Justice with the Help of Attorney Reisman
The discrimination and harassment grew to a level where Michael was afraid
he might possibly be attacked by his coworkers. The complaint our firm
filed on his behalf with the court states that Michael was forced to quit
“given the awful nature of the harassment and his superiors’
refusal to act…”
If you’re facing unlawful harassment or discrimination at work, you
may be able to pursue justice through the legal system. At Reisman &
Reisman, our Los Angeles
employment lawyers have more than 15 years of experience in employment law. When you hire
our firm, we will be devoted to protecting your rights.