Four dockworkers at the Port of Oakland are suing three companies that employ them for allegedly supporting a racially hostile work environment after racial epithets, nooses and Confederate flags reported in the workplace went unaddressed. The suit, filed on Sept. 1 in Alameda County Superior Court, names the Pacific Maritime Association and the affiliated Stevedoring Services of America and SSA Terminals LLC, both of which are overseen by Pacific Maritime Association. The alleged incidents of harassment and intimidation listed in the suit include nooses hung around the docks, signs that included racial epithets and Confederate flags put up by other company employees.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
APRIL 28, 1997
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
1997 - BAY POINTE ASSOCIATES, LLC
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