Former American Apparel employee suing for 'mismanagement'

In the ongoing saga surrounding the management of American Apparel, former employee David Nisenbaum, who was hired in 2012 to upgrade the accounting and finance departments, claims he was wrongfully terminated when he brought up accusations of mismanagement under CFO John Luttrell. Luttrell served as the interim CEO after founder Dov Charney was ousted. The lawsuit is one of many plaguing the struggling retailer. Story

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