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KSL Settles Wrongful Termination/Hostile Work Environment Claim for $375,000

KSL Partners, Mark Semeraro and Deena B. Rosendahl, recently settled a wrongful termination and hostile work environment claim on behalf of one of its clients. Subject to a non-disclosure agreement, specifics relative to the settlement cannot be released.

However, the Plaintiff/client, an equipment operator, employed with a large regional construction/engineering firm, alleged that he was subject to the discriminatory and harassing conduct of an immediate supervisor over an extended period of time. The Plaintiff had alleged that this abuse continued even after it was objected to, and ultimately culminated in his wrongful termination.

Ultimately, the matter was settled subject to a confidential settlement agreement, in which the Defendants denied any liability or wrongdoing, but tendered $375,000.00 in full and final settlement of all claims.

Fortunately, the client promptly found gainful employment, and his career continues without impediment.

If you or someone you know has been wrongfully terminated, harassed, discriminated against or retaliated against at their place of

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