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The Law at Work: Conservative applicants’ challenge to Google hiring practices clears one hurdle, faces others

Remember James Damore, a former Google software engineer who filed a lawsuit claiming he was the victim of unlawful discrimination? There have been significant developments since Shareholder Dan Eaton last wrote about this case in a previous San Diego Union-Tribune Law at Work column.

In his latest column, Dan sheds light on the recent proceedings, which involve two conservative white men who unsuccessfully applied for professional jobs at Google, claiming they and other similar applicants were unlawfully denied jobs with Google because of their race, gender and/or political beliefs.

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July 1st, 2019  |  Categories: Articles & Publications, Employment Law