Partner Matthew Luber and Associate Meghan Clearie represent client Sarah Fearon in discrimination and retaliation case against the Brick Township Municipal Court. The lawsuit, which was filed today in Ocean County Superior Court, alleges Brick Township officials “cultivated a workplace that allowed and encouraged employees and supervisors to engage in crude, racist and homophobic behavior.” For example, the complaint asserts employees openly stated in the workplace that interracial couples and/or marriages are “disgusting” and that members of the “LGBTQ community” should “not have the right to vote in elections.” “As alleged in the complaint, our client worked in such a toxic environment that her co-workers and supervisors felt entitled to make discriminatory and disparaging comments on almost a daily basis. The notion that such bigoted behavior could exist occur in any workplace, let alone within the public court system, is truly appalling. We are very proud of Mrs. Fearon for her courage in bringing the alleged conduct to light. She looks forward to her day in court.” Matthew A. Luber, Partner, McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C.