Case: Armani

Ex-GC Hits Armani With $75M Bias Suit During Fashion Week

September 15th, 2015

By Dani Meyer Law360, New York (September 15, 2015, 1:36 PM ET) — Giorgio Armani Corp. was slammed with a $75 million suit in the midst of New York Fashion Week by its former general counsel, who alleged in a Tuesday New York state court filing that he was discriminated against and fired for being Mexican […]

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Former exec says Armani is anti-Mexican in $75 million lawsuit

September 15th, 2015 — New York Post

As appeared in the New York Post Donald Trump isn’t the only one with a Mexican problem. A former Giorgio Armani vice president claims the luxury Italian retailer discriminated against him because he was from Mexico, with an executive trashing his native country’s citizens as untrustworthy. Fabio Silva, 45, says in his $75 million Manhattan […]

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Armani faces $75 million discrimination lawsuit

September 15th, 2015 — New York Daily News

As appeared in the New York Daily News Giorgio Armani discriminated against its general counsel because he’s Mexican — and then fired him after he was diagnosed with colon cancer, a $75 million lawsuit says. “The Armani brand is associated with high fashion and understated elegance,” the Manhattan Supreme Court suit says, “but there was […]

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Just in Time for Fashion Week, Ousted Armani GC Sues Company

September 15th, 2015 — Corporate Counsel

As it appeared in Corporate Counsel By Sue Reisinger, Corporate Counsel For the second time in four months, a law firm has filed a discrimination claim in New York on behalf of an ousted general counsel in the fashion industry. This time it’s against the empire of famed designer Giorgio Armani. Unusual? Yes, agreed attorney […]

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