The attorney-author and co-counsel have filed a federal class action lawsuit against Infosys Technologies Limited Inc. (“Infosys”), filed on behalf of a proposed class of job applicants denied employment by Infosys. The lawsuit alleges Infosys’s hiring policies and conduct discriminate against workers of American or non-South Asian national origin, in violation of Title VII law.
The attorney-author of this website article, Michael Brown, is among the attorneys representing the worker who filed the lawsuit, along with attorneys Daniel Kotchen and Robert Klinck of Kotchen & Low LLP and Vonda K. Vandaveer of V.K. Vandaveer, PLLC.
Please contact attorney Michael Brown at (920) 831-0300 or email@example.com if you have any information or questions about the case.
Scroll below to review the Complaint, which details the case’s allegations that job applicants are being denied employment by Infosys in violation of discrimination law:
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