Sauder Schelkopf is investigating potential litigation against McDonald’s for alleged sexual misconduct of McDonald’s employees. On September 18, 2018, McDonald’s employees in cities such as St. Louis, Kansas City, and others protested the lack of leadership and policy to handle sexual misconduct. The employees want stronger policies at its more than 14,000 stores in the United States. The demands included better training programs for all workers (not just supervisors and managers), a more effective way to report complaints and a committee dedicated to addressing sexual misconduct issues.
As reported by NPR on Nov. 12, 2019:
A former McDonald’s employee says a male co-worker at a Michigan restaurant routinely grabbed her breasts and buttocks and propositioned her for sex — allegations laid out in a new class-action lawsuit that accuses McDonald’s of a “culture of sexual harassment.”
Sauder Schelkopf has a nationally recognized sexual misconduct practice. We currently represent victims of clergy sexual abuse several dioceses. We have a class action lawsuit pending on behalf of former males who were sexually abused by Dr. Richard Strauss while they were students and student-athletes at Ohio State University (“OSU”). Read about our OSU case here. We also represent females who were patients of Dr. George Tyndall, a gynecologist at the University of Southern California accused of sexually assaulting students since the 1990s. Read about our USC case .
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