Diner Waitress Wins Federal Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Iryna Dymskaya v. Orem's Diner of Wilton Inc.: A federal jury in Bridgeport has awarded a former Wilton diner waitress nearly $85,000 after she proved that she was sexually harassed and threatened by co-workers.

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  • Tom Curran

    Stuart Katz unfortunately is not the competent of a lawyer...the diner was not well represented

  • MrInsBrokerCA

    Seems to me the dinner owner‘s got off very lightly for seven years of allowing their hostile work environment to make this woman miserable. People don‘t even need to be well educated
    to understand and respect basic human values!

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