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55 Year Old Former Builder Representative Sues Cambria Company LLC (“Cambria”): Suit Highlights Age Discrimination, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, Wrongful Termination and Unfair Competition.
EL SEGUNDO, CA (November 6, 2017)— Russell Miller, a 55-year-old former Builder Representative, filed suit this month in San Francisco Superior Court against Cambria Company LLC (https://www.cambriausa.com) (“Cambria”), a producer of engineered quartz surfaces. Per the Company’s website, Cambria has “over 2,000 employees across North America” and is the “premier source for the most expansive quartz palette in the world.” The suit accuses defendant of age discrimination, failure to prevent discrimination, wrongful termination and unfair competition.
According to the suit, Cambria’s terminated Russell because he allegedly “did not meet his sales goals” and that the Company was “getting rid of the builder representative position.” The Complaint goes on to allege that he in fact “was terminated to that Cambria could replace him with a younger employee with a significantly lower salary.” The lawsuit seeks damages for lost wages, benefits and career opportunities, special damages, punitive damages, and attorneys’ fees and costs. Click here for a copy of the Complaint.
“We’ve received numerous calls from ex-Cambria employees and have already filed two lawsuits against the Company. We’re eager to commence discovery to determine whether Russ Miller really “did not meet his sales goals”, whether he had any sales goals and who the Company hired to replace him.” says Chris Adishian.
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