It is unfortunate that the same wrongdoing, including sexual harassment, can repeat itself in the employer-employee context.  “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”  George Santayan.

The 2014 Sexual Harassment Judgment

In late 2014, Kelley Clarke PC obtained a six-figure California judgment against a 7 Eleven franchisee and its manager.  That Franchisee likely learned a valuable lesson – Don’t let your managers do and say disgusting and inappropriate things at work.New Sexual Harassment Lawsuit FiledSexual Harassment and History have repeated themselves, but this time in Texas.  Kelley Clarke PC will represent another victim of nearly identical treatment by a 7-Eleven franchisee in the Austin, Texas area.  The discovery process will reveal the extent to which the 7-Eleven corporate office is involved and what should have been done to prevent this type of behavior.  One thing is for sure:  7-Eleven franchisees could save a lot of time and money by properly training their managers to stay out of lawsuits.If you have any questions about employment law, contact Kelley Clarke PC at