The female manager of a university’s football team cannot sue the school under Title VII claiming that sexual harassment by members of the team created a hostile work environment, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.
In the largest verdict to an individual employment plaintiff in United States history, a California jury awarded $167.7 million last February to a cardiac surgery physician assistant who suffered sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
The former principal of a successful charter school has won a disputed $155.7 million verdict against the city manager for destroying her reputation.
A district court abused its discretion where, in the face of egregious acts of sexual harassment perpetuated by a single employee, it declined to order injunctive relief directed toward ensuring that individual was no longer in a position to continue his harassing conduct, the 2nd Circuit has ruled.
A quadriplegic California lawyer who has gained notoriety by suing thousands of businesses for disability discrimination is himself facing a lawsuit brought by four former employees who are accusing him of sexual harassment.
In the largest verdict to an individual employment plaintiff in United States history, a California jury has awarded $167.7 million to a cardiac surgery physician assistant who suffered sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
Of the total verdict, $125 million was for punitive damages.
A Title VII retaliation plaintiff could not show that he suffered adverse employment actions after complaining about same-sex harassment by a supervisor, the 2nd Circuit has ruled in affirming a judgment vacating a jury’s award of $500,000 in punitive damages.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission didn’t stop to enjoy the last burst of summer, instead filing 15 discrimination suits over the last ten days of August.
A Baltimore city employee made out a sufficient claim of hostile environment sex harassment when she alleged her boss forcibly kissed her, fondled her leg, described his sexual encounters and propositioned her repeatedly to join him in his Jacuzzi, the 4th Circuit has ruled in reversing summary judgment.
A Phoenix, Ariz. charter school will pay $41,125 and furnish other relief to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.