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Pantoja v. Anton, 198 Cal. App.4th 87 (2011)

The Appellate Case

The case of Pantoja v. Anton was about an employee, Pantoja, who accused her employer, Anton, of workplace discrimination. Pantoja provided evidence of Anton’s discriminatory behavior, including his frequent use of derogatory language toward his female employees and inappropriate touching. Pantoja also tried to include the testimony of another employee, Garcia, who heard Anton make racially discriminatory comments.

However, this testimony was not admitted because Garcia and Pantoja did not work at the company at the same time, and the court had ruled that witnesses could only testify if they had knowledge of events that occurred while Pantoja was employed by Anton. Pantoja’s case was primarily based on her own testimony and that of other former Anton employees, which was limited to the time when she worked in the office and only included events that directly affected her.

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