Former RAPP U.S. President Files Lawsuit Accusing CEO of Discrimination and Wrongful Termination

Alleges Alexei Orlov referred to multiple women as 'fat cows'

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Recently departed RAPP U.S. president Greg Andersen has sued his former employer alleging wrongful termination, retaliation and discrimination in a suit echoing the case that recently led to the resignation of J. Walter Thompson global chairman and CEO Gustavo Martinez.

The lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles against RAPP Worldwide and RAPP California by the law firm of Rushovich Mehtani LLP claims that CEO Alexei Orlov fired Andersen for reporting on the chief executive's allegedly "destructive" behavior to global head of human resources Carolyn Doud and one of parent company Omnicom's in-house attorneys.

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