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In the matter of Williams v. J. Walter Thompson USA, Inc., Molden & Associates represented an African-American Male who alleged raced discrimination on the part of the defendant. The Firm participated in a private mediation and reached a settlement on behalf of plaintiff.In the matter of Long v. Koch Business Solutions, Molden & Associates represented an African-American plaintiff who alleged that she was discriminated against on the basis of her Race. The Firm reached a settlement agreement on behalf of the plaintiff 3 months after filing suit.In the matter of Jackson v. Georgia World Congress Center, Molden & Associates represented the plaintiff who alleged that the defendants discriminated against her because of her race when they refused to hire her, but instead hired two less qualified White females. The Firm reached a settlement on behalf of the plaintiff 3 months after filing suit.
Molden & Associates represented a female employee of an Atlanta restaurant who claimed that she was discriminated against on the basis of her gender. The Firm was able to reach a settlement on behalf of the Plaintiff without filing suit.
In the matter of Slone v.KRD Trucking, Inc., Molden & Associates filed suit on behalf ofa former employee who alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, willful failure to pay overtime wages and retaliatory firing. Molden & Associates reached a confidential settlement on behalf of the Plaintiff only weeks after filing suit.
In the matter of Preston v. Alog, Molden & Associates filed a complaint against an Alabama-based company, alleging violations of the ADA when the plaintiff’s employer refused to provide a reasonable accommodation to the plaintiff. The Firm reached a settlement agreement on behalf of the plaintiff shortly after filing suit.
Molden & Associates filed suit against the YMCA of Waycross, Georgia, Inc., on behalf of a former employee who alleged that she was sexually harassed and discriminated against on the basis of her race. The Firm reached a settlement on behalf of the Plaintiff in 2014 only months after filing suit.Representing two female employees who alleged that they had been sexually harassed by their male supervisors, Molden & Associates achieved a $425,000 jury verdict plus attorneys’ fees on behalf of one plaintiff, and settled on behalf of the second plaintiff shortly before the second case was set for trial.Molden & Associates filed suit against Laurus Technical Institute and two of its managers on behalf of four female Laurus employees. The women alleged sexual harassment, sex discrimination, and retaliatory termination of employment. The plaintiffs also allege a history of continued, unchecked sexual harassment that was reported multiple times to human resources and supervisors, yet continued to affect the environment the women worked in every day. As of December 2014, shortly before the case would have been scheduled to go to trial, Molden & Associates reached a settlement on behalf of all four Plaintiffs.