MORE ON THE ALEXANDER WANG LABOR LAWSUIT

Last Friday, March 23, 2012, the case against Alexander Wang was refilled to the New York Federal Court. Now, the plaintiffs request that the suit be given full class-action status, which could potentially result in a lot more money in damages for the former employees.


Alexander Wang has been since the beginning denying Lu's allegations, in particular in relation to running a sweatshop.  Wang's reps also state that Lu was actually fired for harassing and bullying his co-workers: 
The claims regarding sweatshop conditions are completely untrue. In reality, this case was filed by an individual who was let go by the company as a result of serious harassment issues. We stand by our decision to promote a safe workplace environment for all employees regardless of false claims that may be waged against us in retaliation.
We'll keep you posted of the developments of this case.

Read the previous posts about the Alexander Wang labor lawsuit:


FOLLOW-UP: ALEXANDER WANG $50 MILLION LABOR SUIT



No Response to "MORE ON THE ALEXANDER WANG LABOR LAWSUIT"

Post a Comment

FASHION LAW NOTES Ⓒ 2013. All rights reserved. Blog Milk Design. Powered by Blogger.