We have filed a dozen class action cases, nearly 2,000 arbitrations, and charges with the National Labor Relations Board challenging Twitter's treatment of workers since Elon Musk took over the company.
In our initial action, the court has compelled arbitration, meaning that most employees need to sign up for an arbitration if you want to enforce your rights. We believe all employees who were employed at Twitter before Elon Musk bought the company and have lost their jobs are entitled to additional severance pay, and many have additional legal claims as well.
Read below about our legal actions against Twitter and reach out to uswith any questions.
CORNET v. TWITTER - This case challenges Twitter for reneging on the promise that laid off employees would get the same severance that had previously been offered (at least 2 months base pay, bonuses, 3 months equity vesting, and health care contributions).
BORGHINO v. TWITTER - This California state court case challenges Twitter for reneging on its promise regarding severance for California employees.
ZEMAN v. TWITTER - This case is an age discrimination case. We are challenging Twitter’s layoff for having impacted employees age 50 and over at a higher rate than younger employees.
WEINBERG v. TWITTER - This case includes claims of sex, race, and age discrimination, as well as class claims under the FMLA. We are challenging Twitter’s layoffs for having impacted protected groups at a much higher rate than other employees. This case includes a class claim that employees who were taking family or medical leave, or were preparing to do so, were impacted particularly by the layoffs.