Plaintiffs Oppose PG&E's Move To Dismiss

Law360, New York (July 9, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Two plaintiffs in a discrimination suit against PG&E on Monday opposed the utility's recent move to dismiss the case, arguing that they had not in fact missed an important deadline, as PG&E had claimed in its motion to dismiss.

In May, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. asked a district court judge to dismiss the employment discrimination case brought by two workers on the grounds that they had failed to file their complaint within the required 90-day time frame.

After the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission gave the...
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