What’s a lily-white law firm, headquartered in rich, ritzy, exclusive La Jolla, (home of Mitt Romney), doing suing three big tech giants for not having enough Black people on their corporate boards?
According to the San Diego Union-Tribune:
A Qualcomm shareholder has sued the company’s corporate directors for failing to bring Blacks onto the board or into top executive roles while repeatedly touting diversity efforts in public.
The lawsuit, which comes in the wake of widespread Black Lives Matter protests over racial inequality, is one of three shareholder derivative legal actions recently filed against technology giants by the law firm of Bottini & Bottini in La Jolla.
Other tech firms sued this month include Oracle Corp., on allegations similar to the Qualcomm suit, and Facebook on claims that it has no African Americans among its senior executives.
The Qualcomm case filed July 17 in San Diego federal court contends that the company’s board is “all-white,” and there are no Blacks in the top six C-suite executive jobs.
From Bottini’s own website, here’s how sincerity-challenged it sounds:
Bottini & Bottini Inc. unconditionally supports the Black Lives Matter movement. Many organizations have issued statements in support of the movement […]
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