Oracle Must Face Pay, Hiring Bias Claims in Amended Suit (1)

March 7, 2019, 3:43 PMUpdated: March 7, 2019, 5:44 PM

The Labor Department can amend its complaint against Oracle—alleging the tech company owes women and minority workers more than $400 million in wages—but both parties must “behave in a professional, courteous manner” moving forward, a judge ruled March 6.

DOL Administrative Law Judge Richard Clark warned both parties about the “manner in which they pursue their arguments” in the contentious case, which has already spanned more than two years.

“I expect all parties and attorneys who practice before me to behave in a professional, courteous manner and avoid unnecessary and contentious litigation strategies that are often mistaken for ...

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