In his lawsuit filed in a California court, Damore said that Google "ostracised, belittled and punished" him and a fellow plaintiff.
Google's firing of James Damore, who criticised the company for its diversity practices, is not in violation of labour law rules US federal body
"The statements regarding biological differences between the sexes were so harmful, discriminatory, and disruptive as to be unprotected," Sophir stated.
Sundar Pichai has no regrets about firing former employee who criticized Google’s pro-diversity policies
Damore, who was ousted for writing a 10-page anti-diversity memo last year, filed a class-action lawsuit against Google this month, claiming that it discriminates against white men.
Google said it looks forward to defending itself against Damore’s accusations in court.
In a fresh onslaught on its former employer, James Damore, who was fired by Google has said that the tech giant is discriminating in its hiring practices.
'I want you to know there's a place for you in this industry', says Pichai after anti-diversity manifesto
Google's India-born CEO Sundar Pichai finally addressed a coding event for girls on the Google campus.
Alt-right protesters are planning a "March On Google" next week, following the US tech giant's firing of an employee over his internal company memo discussing gender differences in the workforce.
After cancelling a town hall meeting over fears of an anti-diversity manifesto, Google's CEO Sundar Pichai addressed a coding event for women on the campus.
Damore tried to defend his position in an interview with Bloomberg, stating that he was hurt at Google's decision to fire him and felt betrayed
Damore could have a tough time arguing his firing violated his right to free speech. Private employers can largely fire workers for any reason.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on 8 August offered a job to the Google employee who was fired for writing an anti-diversity memo.