Hileman v. AT&T (USA)

A settlement was reached in a discrimination case where a transgender man claimed he was wrongfully fired by AT&T. Matthew Hileman‘s attorney, Justin Nichols, could not go into details of the settlement but said the case was closed at the “satisfaction of all parties.” Hileman filed a claim under the city’s non-discrimination ordinance January 2014. Nichols said while Hileman was working for AT&T, he overheard employees say they would use violence against anyone transgender. Nichols said co-workers found out Hileman was a transgender man and one day, Hileman found an offensive symbol directed to homosexuals on his chair at work. He said Hileman’s complaints to supervisors were dismissed and he was fired.

Settlement reached in transgender man’s discrimination case