Gary Arnold v. Amazon.com, Inc.

Gary D. Arnold, v. Amazon.com Inc. 4:13-cv-00168-SEB-WGH.

United States District Court Southern District of Indiana, Albany Division

July 28, 2014

Amazon case: Gary Arnold v. Amazon.comCase Details

Plaintiff Gary Arnold filed an employment discrimination complaint against Amazon alleging violations of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Arnold also claims harassment and assault by coworkers.

Plaintiff’s Argument

  • Arnold reported the harassment and assault to his supervisor and to a Human Resources representative.
  • Arnold alleges that Amazon’s Human Resources representative failed to call the police to report the assault, and that his supervisor “seemed amused by the harassment.”
  • Arnold’s Statement of Legal Claim says that Amazon “failed to provide a safe working conditions.”

Defendant’s Argument

  • Amazon filed a motion to dismiss the case.
  • States that the Plaintiff has insufficient factual evidence of the alleged incidents.

Gary Arnold v. Amazon.com

Summary and Conclusion

Arnold has not defended the legal sufficiency of his complaint, and Amazon has demonstrated that its motion to dismiss is valid. Therefore, the Court grants Amazon’s motion to dismiss.

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