Neisendorf v. Levi Strauss & Co., A109826
Summary adjudication against most of plaintiff's claims, followed by verdict in favor of defendant, in case alleging wrongful termination, discrimination based on gender, age, and disability, and retaliation for taking medical leave, is affirmed over claims that the trial court erred in: 1) dismissing plaintiff's cause of action for violation of the CFRA; and 2) ruling that plaintiff was not entitled to certain bonus payments as her employment was terminated before she became eligible for any of the bonus payouts.
- Decided 08/29/2006
- Published 09/28/2006
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Schneider & Wallace and Todd M. Schneider, Carolyn H. Cottrell and Zachary R. Cincotta, San Francisco, The Lucas Law Firm and Kathleen M. Lucas, San Francisco, Law Office of Ted. W. Pelletier and Ted W. Pelletier, for Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Littler Mendelson and Margaret Hart Edwards, San Francisco, Michael Mankes and Paul R. Lynd, San Francisco, Levi Strauss & Co. and Tracy M. Preston, for Respondent.