Race Discrimination Cases

Employee alleged Mexican Hispanic supervisor harassed him because of his alleged Guatemalan national origin and race. Defense submitted documentary evidence to the government investigator showing that the employee's country of origin was Mexico. The complaint was withdrawn by the employee.

Hispanic employees allege race discrimination and harassment, which employer strongly denied. During EEOC's conciliation process, the employer's modest settlement offer was rejected by employees and no settlement was reached; EEOC ended the investigation and issued a "Right to Sue" letter to the employees. The employees did not pursue matter further.

Caucasian employee alleged reverse discrimination, alleging harassment and discrimination against Hispanic owned and operated employer because he was a Caucasian. The case was resolved through the settlement conference process.