Parts Co. Must Face Ex-Exec's Bias, Retaliation Suit

Law360 (February 8, 2019, 7:35 PM EST) -- A New York federal judge has ruled that a former executive for a small mechanical parts company can move forward with his suit claiming he was fired for his complaints about the company's CEO, who allegedly used racial slurs and touched women nonconsensually.

In his Thursday order, U.S. District Judge Denis R. Hurley largely denied the motion to dismiss from Designatronics Inc., its parent company Dyson Dyson & Dunn Inc. and its CEO Robert Kufner. The judge found that Wayne Martin had adequately pled discrimination and retaliation claims against all three defendants and had demonstrated that the court had personal jurisdiction...

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