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Thursday, December 22nd 2005

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2003 Timeline of Court Related Events: (10/10/03 - 12/30/03)

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·        OCTOBER 10, 2003 - DEPARTMENT OF FAIR EMPLOYMENT & HOUSING:

þ     Complaint of Discrimination FILED under the provisions of the CALIFORNIA FAIR EMPLOYMENT AND HOUSING ACT

þ     DFEH # E200304-D-0371-00-RSC

 

·        OCTOBER 14, 2003 - SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO:

þ  CERTIFICATE OF ASSIGNMENT - RCV075900

þ  CIVIL CASE COVER SHEET / UNLIMITED (Amount demanded exceeds $25,000)

þ  TYPES OF REMEDIES SOUGHT:  ýmonetary ý punitive

 

·        OCTOBER 14, 2003 - SUMMONS / NOTICE TO DEFENDANT:

      GOON INVESTIGATIONS, a Corporation, GOON BALONE, an individual; GOON COW, an individual; GOON COCK, an individual; and DOES 1 through 10, inclusive.

      YOU ARE BEING SUED BY  PLAINTIFF:  JUSTICE I. DIVA

            

·        OCTOBER 14, 2003 - COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES:

 

I.     EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION (Calif. Gov't Code 12940 et seq.)

      1. The Plaintiff be awarded GENERAL and COMPENSATORY DAMAGES, including prejudgment interest, in an amount according to proof at trial;
      2. The Plaintiff be awarded PUNITIVE DAMAGES in an amount according to proof at trial;
      3. That Plaintiff be awarded reasonable attorneys' fees and costs of suit; and
      4. That this COURT award such other and further relief as the COURT deems just and proper;

 

II.     RETALIATION  (Calif. Gov't Code 12940 et seq.)

      1. The Plaintiff be awarded GENERAL and COMPENSATORY DAMAGES according to proof at trial;
      2. The Plaintiff be awarded PUNITIVE DAMAGES in an amount according to proof at trial;
      3. The Plaintiff be awarded costs of suit and interest incurred as provided by law;
      4. That this COURT award such further relief as the court deems just and proper; 

 

III.   WRONGFUL TERMINATION IN VIOLATION OF PUBLIC POLICY

      1. The Plaintiff be awarded GENERAL and COMPENSATORY DAMAGES according to proof at trial;
      2. The Plaintiff be awarded PUNITIVE DAMAGES in an amount according to proof at trial;
      3. The Plaintiff be awarded costs of suit and interest incurred as provided by law;
      4. That this COURT award such further relief as the court deems just and proper; 

 

IV.    DEMAMATION:

      1. The Plaintiff be awarded GENERAL and COMPENSATORY DAMAGES according to proof at trial;
      2. The Plaintiff be awarded PUNITIVE DAMAGES in an amount according to proof at trial;
      3. The Plaintiff be awarded costs of suit and interest incurred as provided by law;
      4. That this COURT award such further relief as the court deems just and proper;

JURY TRIAL DEMANDED

 

·        OCTOBER 23, 2003 -  DECLARATION UNDER C.C.P. SECTION 170.6

 

·        OCTOBER 31, 2003 - DEPARTMENT OF FAIR EMPLOYMENT & HOUSING:

RE: NOTICE OF CASE CLOSURE

 

This letter informs that the above-referenced complaint that was filed with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) has been closed effective October 10, 2003 because an immediate right-to-sue notice was requested. DFEH will take no further action on the complaint.

 

This letter is also the Right-To-Sue Notice. According to Government Code Section 12965, subdivision (b), a civil action may be brought under the provisions of the Fair Employment Housing Act against the person, employer, labor organization or employment agency named in the above referenced complaint. The civil action must be filed within one year from the date of this letter.

 

If a federal notice of Right-To-Sue is wanted, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) must be visited to file a complaint within 30 days of receipt of this DFEH Notice of Case Closure or within 300 days of the alleged discriminatory act, whichever is earlier.

 

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing does not retain case files beyond three years after a complaint is filed, unless the case is still open at the end of the three-year-period.

 

Sincerely,

 

B. D.L. Cruz, District Administrator

 

·        DECEMBER 30, 2003 - ACTION and MINUTE INQUIRY


Finally! My work is done for the day. Now, it's time for lunch with the Senator.

 

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MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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Sunday, December 25th 2005 @ 5:23 AM

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Merry Christmas to you too!o:)
Thursday, December 29th 2005 @ 3:51 PM

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