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Civil Litigation

May 21, 2024

Intuit seeks personal communications of worker fired over social media posts

Intuit alleges that the plaintiff conspired with his former manager over the posts in an effort to be terminated from the company.

An attorney for Turbo Tax-owner Intuit, Inc. pushed back against a San Francisco judge's concerns that the company's motion to compel personal communications between two former employees fired for their social media posts violated California's Labor Code during a Monday hearing. They claim the communications shed light on an alleged conspiracy between the pair.

The lawsuit was initially filed by a former content designer at Intuit claiming to have been fired for posti...

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