Lawyers for former Marc Jacobs International executive Patrice Lataillade want to hear it directly from company president Robert Duffy.
In the latest salvo in events triggered by a suit against Duffy filed in a New York state court in Manhattan in March, court papers filed Friday by Lataillade’s lawyers at Vladeck, Waldman, Elias & Engelhard took issue with a response to the plaintiff’s complaint from Pascal Carpentier, senior vice president of compensation and benefits and director of benefits for LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton Inc. The attorneys said that the response should have come from Duffy, who was alleged to have “created the unlawful environment at issue or by one of the many officers who knew about and tolerated the sexually charged atmosphere.”
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