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Recent Jury Verdicts and Settlements

Published by on April 18, 2011

Our latest update on recent jury verdicts and settlements after the break. MA – A federal jury awarded $2.25 million in damages to a former employee of HEI Hospitality, LLC, who alleged he was retaliated against by his employer after complaining of age discrimination. CA – A jury found in favor of the Los Angeles […]

Our latest update on recent jury verdicts and settlements after the break.

MA – A federal jury awarded $2.25 million in damages to a former employee of HEI Hospitality, LLC, who alleged he was retaliated against by his employer after complaining of age discrimination.

CA – A jury found in favor of the Los Angeles Clippers in an age discrimination suit brought by a former general manager who alleged he was forced to retire.

LA – A federal jury awarded $451,000 to an ironworker who alleged he was sexually harassed by his supervisor at Boh Brothers Construction Co.  The suit also alleged retaliation for filing a harassment complaint, but the jury only found for the worker on the harassment claim.

FL – A federal jury awarded $5,500 to two blind women who alleged they were discriminated against by the housing managers and owner of an apartment building where the women were looking to rent an apartment.  An employee of the building had voiced concerns to the women about the potential safety risks of living in a second-floor apartment.

NJ – A jury awarded $804,214 to a Xerox Corp. employee in a race discrimination and retaliation suit against the company.  The plaintiff alleged that Xerox had retaliated against her by demoting her after she filed a complaint of discrimination with Human Resources.

CA – A jury awarded a former Rite Aid employee $500,000 in a disability harassment and failure to accommodate suit brought against the company after she was terminated following a return from medical leave.

CA – A jury awarded $2 million to two police officers who alleged they were retaliated against by their supervisors after they opposed a traffic ticket quota requirement that is illegal under state law.

VA – A federal jury awarded $101,000 to two female Virginia Tech employees who alleged they were paid less than their male counterparts and retaliated against for complaining about it.

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