A federal magistrate judge has denied an effort by PricewaterhouseCoopers to seal the number of would-be class members in an age discrimination suit that claims the accounting and consulting firm unlawfully struck older job applicants from employment consideration. The plaintiff's attorneys estimated that some 14,000 potential job applicants over age 40 could be part of the affected class.
The recent acts of terrorism in the name of religion around the globe, the political protest in Brazil, along with the protests in the United States by extremist groups, have created management issues for all employers.
Allegations pleaded in the original complaint of Ada Damla Demir, who had been employed by Sandoz, a division of Novartis, sufficed to give defendants notice of the occurrences that led to the whistleblower claim.
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