Ex-Zara GC Says Subpoenas Too Broad in $40M Bias Suit

By Aaron Vehling (January 21, 2016, 6:01 PM EST) -- A former general counsel for clothing giant Zara, in his $40 million New York state court bias suit against the company, has accused the retailer of continuing its harassment of him by requesting overly expansive email communications between him and his long-term partner.

Ian Jack Miller, who sued Zara USA Inc. in June, alleging he faced widespread bias and harassment for being gay and Jewish, on Tuesday asked the court to kill a subpoena requesting all emails on any subject between him and his long-term partner from 2008 to present from the server of his partner's employer, Continental Grain Co....

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