Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Tata Consultancy Services, Alleging Discrimination Against U.S. Workers
DVG Law Partner LLC and co-counsel filed a federal class action lawsuit against Tata Consultancy Services, Ltd. (“Tata”). The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a proposed class of non-South Asian individuals who Tata did not hire and/or who faced an adverse employment action once hired by Tata (e.g., termination, demotion, etc.). The lawsuit alleges Tata discriminates against individuals who are not South Asian (or of Indian, Nepalese, or Bangledeshi national origin) in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act of 1866. According to the Complaint, as a result of Tata’s discrimination, its United States-based workforce is approximately 95% South Asian, primarily Indian.
The attorney-author of this article, Michael Brown of DVG Law Partner, is among the attorneys representing the workers who filed the lawsuit, along with attorneys Daniel Kotchen, Daniel Low and Michael von Klemperer of Kotchen & Low LLP and Vonda K. Vandaveer of V.K. Vandaveer, PLLC.
Please contact attorney Michael Brown at 920-757-2488 or email@example.com if you have any information or questions relating to the case.
Click the link below to review the Complaint, which details the case’s allegations that Tata discriminated against non-South Asians in violation of discrimination law:
The lawsuit has been covered in these media articles: Bloomberg, Business & Employment News (BEN) Network, Business Insider, The Business Standard, Computerworld, Courthouse News Service, The Financial Express, The Hindu, India Today, Investing.com, Law360, Live Mint, Reuters, and Yahoo.