Dallas, Texas (JusticeNewsFlash.com) — May 7, 2008- Recently, news anchor of the Fox KDFW-TV station, Rebecca Aguilar, contacted Dallas based law firm Clouse Dunn Khoshbin for assistance in resolving a dispute with the station after being fired for speaking out against discriminatory practices. Steve Kardell, an employment lawyer of the firm, has filed charges with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in regards to her case. The firm is hoping that the agency’s investigation will contribute to improving the working conditions of individuals like Aguilar who receive unfair treatment based on race and other forms of discrimination.
Rebecca Aguilar worked for the Fox KDFW news station for fourteen years. Throughout her career, Aguilar has been credited for advocating for positive change in the Dallas community, and was chosen as this year’s National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ Broadcast Journalist of the Year. Two weeks after receiving the award, Aguilar was suspended and subsequently terminated based on allegations of a controversial interview. Attorney Steve Kardell’s investigation into the matter attributes Aguilar’s termination to her complaining about the news stations’ discriminatory practices against minorities. Kardell alleges that the news management team retaliated against the anchor for speaking out.
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The Clouse Dunn Khoshbin law firm assists those with legal issues relating to business and employment law. The Dallas, Texas firm specializes in cases involving labor and employment work, business and commercial litigation, large-loss subrogation, complex insurance matters, restaurant law, and significant personal injuries. Clouse Dunn Khoshbin is encouraging those with questions regarding the Aguilar case, or inquires related to Texas business and employment law to visit them online at http://www.cdklawyers.com. The firm is currently providing free case evaluations to those cases pertaining to this area of law.