November 18, 2022

Law360 Covers Berke-Weiss Law's Suit Against Amazon

                   

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On Tuesday, May 3, 2022, Law360 dug into Berke-Weiss Law’s latest lawsuit, Brittany Hope v. Amazon.com Services LLC and Sandra Finkelstein (U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 22-cv-03537). Their coverage highlights the complaint filed by Alex Berke on May 2, underscoring the treatment Ms. Hope suffered while at Amazon and how it reflects the treatment other Amazon workers have faced while trying to take leave or receive reasonable accommodations from the company.

Ms. Berke was quoted, in part, stating, “Ms. Hope's complaint seeks a remedy for the harms she suffered, but we are mindful of how Ms. Hope's experiences appears to relate to those of other Amazon employees.”

Click here to read the article with a Law360 account and learn more about the Complaint and Ms. Berke’s comments.

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