By Jasmin Jackson (Nov 19, 2021, 4:07 PM EST) – A former paralegal filed an age and gender discrimination claim against personal injury company Ted A. Greve & Associates on Friday in federal court in Carolina from the North, arguing that the office culture was not favorable to women and that she was fired after unsuccessful attempts to force her into retirement.
In an eight-page complaint, Dianne R. Esan said the firm pushed her out of her role as a paralegal, case manager and negotiator in October 2019 after she allegedly did not voluntarily quit her post despite the fact that she was “constantly” asked when she had to retire. According to Esan, the company, which has offices in North Carolina and …
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