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Thursday March 30th 2017



Office Depot sued for employment discrimination

An employment discrimination lawsuit has been filed against Office Depot.

The discrimination lawsuit was filed by Ronald Satish Emrit in Florida Southern District Court. The presiding judge is Stephen Friot.

Eftemoff is being represented by attorney Kenneth A. Marra.

Office Depot, based in Boca Raton, Florida, is one of the largest US suppliers of office products.

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2 Responses to “Office Depot sued for employment discrimination”

  1. Armetta Davis says:

    I was an eighteen year employee with Office Depot,I been trying for years to find an attorney to take my case. I was decriminated against not paid overtime,not given a pay raise for over five years than reretaliated against when I went to EOC.I did however get a raise when I became disabled.I was a Copy & Print Manager

  2. Armetta Davis says:

    My employee file mysterious disappeared,my timesheets were edited for my overtime pay and I wasforced to work in an department they knew was a health for me.I am now disabled because of it.

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