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Olivia Presses
Forward Despite Lawsuit

Olivia Presses
Forward Despite Lawsuit

Olivia founder and president Judy Dlugacz announced Tuesday that the company is moving forward despite a lawsuit filed by four former employees for wrongful termination.

Olivia founder and president Judy Dlugacz announced Tuesday that the company is moving forward despite a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by four former employees: former CEO Amy Errett, former CFO Dianne Dubuis, former chief business development officer Brad Lande, and former chief marketing officer Sabrina Riddle.

Errett filed for a civil case to dissolve the lesbian travel and events brand. On October 18, the San Francisco superior court denied the request, and the court rejected the former employees' request to give them "leave to amend."

Olivia has filed a cross complaint against Errett for a breach of financial duties to repay a loan the company made to her, according to the statement. (The Advocate)

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