Console Mattiacci Law’s Cases Against Ikea

Posted on Dec 05, 2018 by Brittany Carter

Console Mattiacci has three collective action lawsuits currently pending against IKEA, alleging that IKEA has a systemic pattern and practice of denying promotion opportunities to its employees age 40 and over because of their age. The cases are Donofrio v. IKEA US Retail, Antonelli v. IKEA US Holding Inc., et al, and Paine v. IKEA…

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Console Mattiacci Law Alleges Age Discrimination Against AT&T

Posted on Dec 05, 2018 by Brittany Carter

Console Mattiacci Law has filed several lawsuits against AT&T, alleging age discrimination in connection with placing older employees on surplus status, terminating older employees’ employment, and failing to provide older employees with accurate information as required by the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA).  These claims follow Console Mattiacci Law’s successful jury verdict on January…

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Matero v. Chiplote Mexican Grill, Inc.

Posted on Sep 04, 2018 by Brittany Carter

Next Trial: Starting on October 1, 2018, Laura Mattiacci and Lane Schiff are scheduled to try CML’s next case, Matero v. Chiplote Mexican Grill, Inc., in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania with The Honorable Gerald John Pappert presiding. Mr. Matero alleges disability discrimination and retaliation regarding his medical leave…

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Win For Console Mattiacci Law: Federal Judge Agrees That US Teva Worker Is Allowed To Proceed With Age Discrimination Lawsuit Against Israeli Branch Of Teva Pharmaceuticals Law360 reported on February 5, 2018 that Console Mattiacci Law, LLC has won the right to pursue an age discrimination lawsuit against the Israeli Branch of Teva Pharmaceuticals in…

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