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Christman, Kelley & Clarke Wins Sexual Harassment Trial Against a 7-Eleven franchisee

 

Christman, Kelley & Clarke Wins Sexual Harassment Trial Against a 7-Eleven franchisee

Posted by Legal Staff in California Law Questions, Employment Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by California Cities 07 Feb 2014

Some cases have to be tried. Christman, Kelley & Clarke shareholder Matthew Clarke headed the trial team along with associate Matthew Mong against 7-Eleven franchisees in a eight day trial in Santa Maria, California. Christman, Kelley & Clarke prevailed in the trial obtaining money damages for the client. More importantly, the client’s rights were vindicate and a strong message sent to the 7-Eleven franchisee that sexual harassment in the workplace will not be tolerated. The firm’s motion for attorney fee is now pending before the court.

7-Eleven, the franchisor, settled before the trial started.