The law firm representing former Google engineer James Damore is updating their lawsuit against the tech giant to include even more plaintiffs and alleged evidence.
Lead attorney Harmeet Dhillon and her team rescinded Damore’s complaint filed to the National Labor Relations Board, yet they are continuing on with their class action lawsuit that accuses Google of gender, race, and ideological discrimination. With the addition of three more plaintiffs — job applicants alleging they were unduly turned down due to diversity hiring quotas — the lawsuit seems to be gaining steam.
Damore has had trouble finding work because of Google’s influence in the industry, he told The Daily Caller News Foundation in a February interview. Damore also said he witnessed employees admitting to using their powers and Google’s services to squash supporters and supportive content of President Donald Trump.
Damore’s lawsuit, which includes four other plaintiffs as well as anyone else who may have similarly been affected, is just one of many against Google.