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Thomas Horodecki, a high-level manager for designer Elie Tahari, has sued the fashion icon. Tahari stole his designs? No, Horodecki wants $2 million in damages because he had to drive from New York City to New Jersey once a week to check up on stores there. “It was depressing driving to Jersey,” Horodecki alleges, saying he had a breakdown over the stress. His action claims the “anguish” of having to go to New Jersey violates his civil and human rights, as well as labor laws. What’s more, his boss sometimes vacations with other employees, and doesn’t invite him. (RC/NBC News) ...What about that all-hands weekend retreat in Atlantic City?
Original Publication Date: 20 March 2011
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 17.
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