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Law Firm Sued For Discrimination Wants To Clear Its Name So Discovery To June 9

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 10 – Renee Martin sued the law firm of Donaldson and Chilliest, LLP after being fired, alleging discrimination. 

  On January 9, 2023 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Gregory H. Woods held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

 The defendants have filed a motion to dismiss, and in the proceeding spoke of wanting to move forward to remove the taint cast by the lawsuit.

 The motion to dismiss emphasizes that "Plaintiff was hired having no previous experience and no more than a high school diploma." 

 Judge Woods remarked that people settle, or litigate, for different reasons.

He set a schedule of fact discovery to June 9, with a status conference on August 7 at 1 pm.

The case is Martin v. Donaldson and Chilliest, LLP et al., 22-cv-8975 (Woods)


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