Employment And Sexual Discrimination Suit Filed By Sacramento Woman, Part 4 of 5

(Please note: the names and locations of all parties have been changed to protect the confidentiality of the participants in this sexual harassment/personal injury case and its proceedings.)

The actual causation is their denial to allow their employees to marry any person by their employment contract. Their reasons for the outrageous conduct cite an abuse of power and the need for that abuse of power due to the plaintiff and employee being clients and once homeless. The defendants are completely knowledgeable of the plaintiff’s susceptibility to emotional distress and their outrageous conduct is of an intentional nature of unreasonable acts to all humans under the laws of the State of California and unlawful contracts. The plaintiff further seeks exemplary damages.

The plaintiff is seeking damages for the injury of the third cause of action for declaratory relief. The equitable relief is necessary and proper due to there being an unlawful contract denying her the right to marry one person, monetary damages alone would not remedy this controversy. Declaratory relief is necessary and proper for reason of public interest in that the unlawful employment contract and discriminatory hiring policies apply to all employees, applicants for employment, and clients, equally, and not only to the plaintiff. Declaratory relief is necessary and proper because the plaintiff has exhausted every administrative remedy, TAC, dated 02/05/2007.

The plaintiff clearly states that she is protected by reason of age by the Cal. F.E.H.A., Gov. Code sec. 12900 et seq., (in addition to the other reasons she has been denied a job for which she was qualified and that job was given to another person), TAC, dated 02/05/2007. (See Part 5 of 5.)

For more information you are welcome to contact Sacramento personal injury lawyer, Moseley Collins.

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