Smith Patten files opposition to Summary Judgment on behalf of gay CHP officer who was forced to resign after being subjected to a hostile work environment.
SMITH PATTEN files lawsuit on behalf of former Director of the Office of Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity and Diversity (“AAEOD”) at the University of California, San Francisco, for discrimination and retaliation. Former Director Michael Adams, was terminated after over 20 years of service under 4 different Chancellors, after he complained about UCSF’s elimination of programs implemented to ensure race and gender were not factors in hiring decisions.
Smith Patten files lawsuit on behalf of African American Recreational Therapist, hired in 2011, as part of the effort to alleviate the cruel and unusual punishment of prisoners in the California Penal System. Plaintiff was hired as part of the multiple United States District Court cases under which the California Department of Corrections has been supervised for the previous five years. Plaintiff alleges she had to purchase her own materials, was never trained in CDCR-specific protocols, and she was ultimately terminated for attempting to help the inmates whose mental health she was entrusted.
Smith Patten opposes United States Department of State’s Motion for Summary Judgement related to Passport Supervisor’s allegations of retaliation and hostile work environment after he opposed discrimination in the workplace.