USA: Home Depot faces age discrimination class action lawsuit filed on behalf of its employees over 40

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4 July 2011

Home Depot Age Discrimination Class Action Lawsuit [USA]

Author: Sarah Pierce, LEGAFI [USA]

Home Depot has been hit with an age discrimination class action lawsuit that claims the company has company-wide policies and practices that have targeted older employees for “systematic and disproportionate termination.”...The Home Depot age discrimination class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all Home Depot employees over the age of 40 who have been employed by Home Depot on or after September 5, 2005 and were discharged thereafter as a result of Home Depot’s alleged pattern and practice of age discrimination...The Home Depot age discrimination class action is seeking back pay, and other loss of income, loss of retirement and health benefits; compensatory and punitive damages, and more.

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1 July 2011

[PDF] Karen Griffin, et al. v. Home Depot USA, Inc. - Class Action Complaint

Author: Bert S. Braud & Tiffany B. Klosener, counsel for plaintiffs

Plaintiffs Karen Griffin, Shyla Case, Margaret Moore, Barbara Hindman, Vicky Stevans, and Mark Panichello, on behalf of themselves and others similarly situated, for their causes of action against Defendant Home Depot USA, Inc. (Home Depot), state and allege as follows…Plaintiffs, individually and on behalf of the class described in this Complaint, seek relief for violations of the prohibitions against age discrimination in employment pursuant to 29 U.S.C. § 621, as amended.

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