Case: EEOC v. TYSON FOOD INC

2:98-cv-02934 | U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama

Filed Date: Nov. 24, 1998

Closed Date: June 11, 2001

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Case Summary

The EEOC's Birmingham district office sued Tyson Foods, a national livestock product distributor, and the discriminating supervisor on December 22, 1993 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. The EEOC's complaint, which is unavailable, alleged that Tyson violated Title VII when it discriminated against one of its employees based on sex (female) by creating a hostile work environment and constructively discharged her. Tyson filed three motions for summary judgment in …

The EEOC's Birmingham district office sued Tyson Foods, a national livestock product distributor, and the discriminating supervisor on December 22, 1993 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. The EEOC's complaint, which is unavailable, alleged that Tyson violated Title VII when it discriminated against one of its employees based on sex (female) by creating a hostile work environment and constructively discharged her. Tyson filed three motions for summary judgment in July 1995 for partial summary judgment, summary judgment as to the aggrieved employee's constructive discharge claim, and summary judgment as to the aggrieved employee's title VII claim. The court denied all three motions for summary judgment. The alleged discriminator, also in the suit, brought a motion for summary judgment which was also denied. The case went to trial in late October 1995 and the jury returned a verdict for the aggrieved employee.

The verdict, which is described in the docket, enjoined Tyson from subjecting the aggrieved employee to a hostile work environment or retaliating against any employee, required Tyson to reinstate the aggrieved employee, post a notice of compliance with Title VII, pay $69,000 in compensatory damages, pay $8,000,000 in punitive damages, and pay the plaintiff's attorneys' fees. Due to a punitive damage cap on Title VII earnings, however, the final monetary award was $323,000.

Tyson appealed the judgment in July 1996 and the appellate court affirmed the district court's decision, but remanded for determination of the plaintiff's motions for attorneys' fees. The court determined on April 9, 1998 that Tyson would pay the plaintiff $300,000 for attorneys' fees.

Shortly after the determination for attorneys' fees, the court joined this case with two other Title VII cases involving Tyson on February 16, 1999. The second case, for which the docket is not available, was filed by the EEOC against Tyson in the same District Court on July 24, 1995. According to the order to join the cases, the EEOC alleged that Tyson violated Title VII by discriminating against another employee based on sex (female) by creating a hostile work environment and retaliated against her for her complaint.

The docket for the third case is available. That case was filed by the EEOC's Birmingham office on November 24, 1998 against Tyson in the same District Court. The EEOC's allegations mirrored the allegations from the second complaint above. Both of these parties resolved their suits with Tyson through a consent decree between the parties.

The consent decree stipulated that Tyson would pay the employees $2,950,000 in damages, fees and expenses; appoint a monitor to supervise compliance efforts and consult with aggrieved employees who use the internal complaint procedure, which Tyson would have to adopt pursuant to the settlement agreement; post notice of compliance with Title VII; implement a "zero-tolerance" policy for discrimination; adopt anti-harassment policies; provide neutral references for the aggrieved employees; provide training for all employees, supervisory and management personnel at the Blountsville, Alabama plant; and report compliance to the EEOC.

Summary Authors

Aaron Weismann (6/2/2007)

Documents in the Clearinghouse

Document

2:98-cv-02934

Docket [PACER]

EEOC v. Tyson Foods, Inc.

June 11, 2001

June 11, 2001

Docket
248

2:93-cv-02688

98-cv-02306

95-01909

Memorandum of Opinions on Consolidation Motions

Dumas v. Tyson Foods, Inc.

March 9, 1999

March 9, 1999

Order/Opinion
4

2:98-cv-02934

2:93-cv-02688

[Order Granting] Motion to Consolidate

EEOC v. Tyson Foods, Inc.

March 30, 1999

March 30, 1999

Order/Opinion
270

2:98-cv-02934

2:93-cv-02688

98-cv-02306

99-cv-00560

Consent Decree

EEOC v. Tyson Foods, Inc.

July 9, 1999

July 9, 1999

Settlement Agreement

Resources

Docket

Last updated July 24, 2022, 3:10 a.m.

ECF Number Description Date Link Date / Link
1

COMPLAINT filed, amount paid $ 120, receipt # 200 81108 (DDR) (Entered: 12/23/1993)

Dec. 22, 1993

Dec. 22, 1993

SUMMONS and complaint issued mailed certified mail (DDR) (Entered: 12/27/1993)

Dec. 27, 1993

Dec. 27, 1993

SUMMONS and complaint returned executed: upon defendant Tyson Foods, Inc on 12/28/93 filed (DDR) (Entered: 12/29/1993)

Dec. 29, 1993

Dec. 29, 1993

4

SUMMONS and complaint returned executed: upon defendant Jimmy L Bromblow on 12/29/93 filed (DDR) (Entered: 12/30/1993)

Dec. 30, 1993

Dec. 30, 1993

5

ANSWER by defendant Tyson Foods, Inc to the complaint filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 01/18/1994)

Jan. 14, 1994

Jan. 14, 1994

6

MOTION by defendant for attorney Michael R Jones to appear pro hac vice filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 01/18/1994)

Jan. 14, 1994

Jan. 14, 1994

7

ANSWER by defendant Jimmy L Bromblow to the complaint filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 01/18/1994)

Jan. 18, 1994

Jan. 18, 1994

6 - ORDER granting motion for attorney Michael R Jones to appear pro hac vice [6-1] on payment of fee ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (DDR) (Entered: 01/19/1994)

Jan. 18, 1994

Jan. 18, 1994

8

MOTION by plaintiff for leave to amend complaint filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 03/31/1994)

March 31, 1994

March 31, 1994

8 - ORDER granting motion for leave to amend complaint [8-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (DDR) (Entered: 03/31/1994)

March 31, 1994

March 31, 1994

9

AMENDMENT to the complaint [1-1] filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 03/31/1994)

March 31, 1994

March 31, 1994

10

MOTION by defendant Jimmy L Bromblow to dismiss pla's first amendment to complaint w/ANSWER to first amended complaint thereon filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 04/06/1994)

April 6, 1994

April 6, 1994

10

ANSWER by defendant Jimmy L Bromblow to first amended complaint filed in body of motion to dismiss filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 04/06/1994)

April 6, 1994

April 6, 1994

11

NOTICE (motion to be included in parties Rule 26(b) planning meeting filed by defendant Jimmy L Bromblow cs (DDR) (Entered: 04/06/1994)

April 6, 1994

April 6, 1994

12

NOTICE (disclosre required hy Rule 26) filed by defendant Jimmy L Bromblow cs (DDR) (Entered: 04/06/1994)

April 6, 1994

April 6, 1994

13

ANSWER by defendant Tyson Foods, Inc to the first amended complaint filed cs (DDR) (Entered: 04/08/1994)

April 8, 1994

April 8, 1994

10 - ORDER denying motion to dismiss pla's first amendment to complaint [10-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (MAA) (Entered: 04/11/1994)

April 11, 1994

April 11, 1994

14

Report of Parties (form 35) of compliance with FRCP 26 filed (DDR) (Entered: 04/14/1994)

April 14, 1994

April 14, 1994

16

ORDER 16b that the dates agreed to by parties in their planning meeting are ADOPTED by Judge U W. Clemon entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 06/24/1994)

June 23, 1994

June 23, 1994

17

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc for protective order against nationwide discovery filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 07/19/1994)

July 19, 1994

July 19, 1994

17 - ORDER granting motion by dft Tyson Foods Inc for Protective Order against nationwide discovery [17-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) cm (ADF) (Entered: 07/21/1994)

July 20, 1994

July 20, 1994

18

MOTION by pla to compel filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 09/26/1994)

Sept. 23, 1994

Sept. 23, 1994

18 - ORDER granting motion to compel [18-1]; allowing 10 days to answer or respond ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 09/27/1994)

Sept. 27, 1994

Sept. 27, 1994

19

MOTION by pla for sanctions against dft filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 10/06/1994)

Oct. 5, 1994

Oct. 5, 1994

20

MOTION by pla for order for video inspection filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 10/06/1994)

Oct. 5, 1994

Oct. 5, 1994

21

MOTION (second) by dft Tyson Foods, Inc for protective order filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 10/06/1994)

Oct. 6, 1994

Oct. 6, 1994

21 - ORDER denying motion for protective order [21-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 10/11/1994)

Oct. 10, 1994

Oct. 10, 1994

19 - ORDER denying motion for sanctions against dft [19-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 10/11/1994)

Oct. 10, 1994

Oct. 10, 1994

20 - ORDER granting motion for order for video inspection [20-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 10/11/1994)

Oct. 10, 1994

Oct. 10, 1994

22

MOTION (Joint) by parties for protective order filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 11/02/1994)

Nov. 1, 1994

Nov. 1, 1994

22 - ORDER granting joint motion for protective order regarding certain videotaping of the facilities of dft Tyson Foods [22-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 11/03/1994)

Nov. 2, 1994

Nov. 2, 1994

23

MOTION (Second) by plaintiff to compel , and for sanctions filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 12/05/1994)

Dec. 2, 1994

Dec. 2, 1994

24

RESPONSE by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to pla's second motion to compel [23-1] and motion for sanctions [23-2] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 12/06/1994)

Dec. 6, 1994

Dec. 6, 1994

23 - ORDER denying motion to compel [23-1], denying motion for sanctions [23-2] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) cm (ADF) (Entered: 12/08/1994)

Dec. 8, 1994

Dec. 8, 1994

25

MOTION by plaintiff to modify scheduling order filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 12/14/1994)

Dec. 13, 1994

Dec. 13, 1994

26

ORDER granting motion to modify scheduling order [25-1] ; Discovery cutoff 1/20/95 filed ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) cm (KAM) (Entered: 12/14/1994)

Dec. 14, 1994

Dec. 14, 1994

27

NOTICE (letter) of change of address by attorney Larry R. Mann for plaintiff filed (ADF) (Entered: 12/16/1994)

Dec. 14, 1994

Dec. 14, 1994

28 - ORDER granting motion to extend time for filing dispositive motions [28-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (KAM) (Entered: 12/20/1994)

Dec. 19, 1994

Dec. 19, 1994

29

MOTION by dft Jimmy L Bromblow to continue pre-trial filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 12/22/1994)

Dec. 21, 1994

Dec. 21, 1994

30

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to continue pre-trial conference filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 12/27/1994)

Dec. 22, 1994

Dec. 22, 1994

30 - ORDER granting motion to continue pre-trial conference [30-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 12/28/1994)

Dec. 27, 1994

Dec. 27, 1994

29 - ORDER granting motion to continue pre-trial [29-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 12/28/1994)

Dec. 27, 1994

Dec. 27, 1994

31

MOTION (Third) by defendant for protective order filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 12/29/1994)

Dec. 28, 1994

Dec. 28, 1994

32

ORDER granting motion for protective order [31-1] as to the taking of no more than 20 depositions by any party; denying motion as to the requested OSHA documents filed ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) cm (ADF) (Entered: 12/30/1994)

Dec. 30, 1994

Dec. 30, 1994

33

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to extend discovery deadline through 4/20/95 filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 01/23/1995)

Jan. 23, 1995

Jan. 23, 1995

33 - ORDER granting motion to extend discovery deadline through 4/20/95 [33-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 01/24/1995)

Jan. 24, 1995

Jan. 24, 1995

34

MOTION by plaintiff to compel answers to interrogatories and request for production filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 01/30/1995)

Jan. 30, 1995

Jan. 30, 1995

34 - ORDER granting motion to compel answers to interrogatories and request for production [34-1]; allowed 15 days to answer and produce ( by U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 02/01/1995)

Jan. 31, 1995

Jan. 31, 1995

35

MOTION by plaintiff to compel deposition testimony of Max Dover w/exhibit attached filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/02/1995)

Feb. 1, 1995

Feb. 1, 1995

36

MOTION by plaintiff for sanctions w/exhibits attached filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/02/1995)

Feb. 1, 1995

Feb. 1, 1995

37

RESPONSE by defendant Jimmy L Bromblow to fifth request for production [34-1] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/03/1995)

Feb. 3, 1995

Feb. 3, 1995

38

RESPONSE by dft Jimmy L Bromblow to pla's motion to compel answers to interrogatories and request for production filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/03/1995)

Feb. 3, 1995

Feb. 3, 1995

39

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to extend time for dispositive motion deadline through 5/20/95 filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/06/1995)

Feb. 6, 1995

Feb. 6, 1995

39 - ORDER granting motion to extend time for dispositive motion deadline through 5/20/95 [39-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 02/07/1995)

Feb. 6, 1995

Feb. 6, 1995

41

DEPOSITION (copy) of Maxie (Max) Dover & exhibits taken on behalf of pla filed (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

42

SUBMISSION of discovery by plaintiff in support of motion for sanctions w/exhibits filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

43

DEPOSITION of Price Pass taken on behalf of: pla filed (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

44

DEPOSITION of Maxine Cardwell (2 volumes) taken on behalf of: pla filed (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

45

NOTICE of appearance for misc Max Dover by Mac B. Greaves filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

46

MOTION by misc Max Dover to dismiss pla's motion to compel deposition testimony , and, in the alternative, for protective order filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

47

AFFIDAVIT of Max Dover regarding motion to dismiss pla's motion to compel deposition testimony [46-1] and motion for protective order [46-2] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

48

DEPOSITION (Copy of excerpts) of Maxie (Max) Dover filed (ADF) (Entered: 02/14/1995)

Feb. 13, 1995

Feb. 13, 1995

49

NOTICE of filing of affidavits by dft Tyson Foods, Inc. to oppose motion for sanctions [36-1] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/15/1995)

Feb. 14, 1995

Feb. 14, 1995

50

AFFIDAVIT of Alletta Matlock regarding motion for sanctions [36-1] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/15/1995)

Feb. 14, 1995

Feb. 14, 1995

51

AFFIDAVIT of Clarence Wilson regarding motion for sanctions [36-1] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/15/1995)

Feb. 14, 1995

Feb. 14, 1995

52

AFFIDAVIT of Gail Malone regarding motion for sanctions [36-1] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/15/1995)

Feb. 14, 1995

Feb. 14, 1995

53

RESPONSE by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to motion for sanctions [36-1] filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/15/1995)

Feb. 15, 1995

Feb. 15, 1995

54

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc for order to enjoin misleading and harassing communications , and to compel notes and statements from communications with management personnel filed cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/16/1995)

Feb. 16, 1995

Feb. 16, 1995

55

RESPONSE by plaintiff to dfts' motion for order to enjoin misleading and harassing communications [54-1] cs (ADF) (Entered: 02/23/1995)

Feb. 22, 1995

Feb. 22, 1995

35 - ORDER granting motion to compel deposition testimony of Max Dover [35-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 03/30/1995)

March 30, 1995

March 30, 1995

36 - ORDER overruled without prejudice motion for sanctions [36-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 03/30/1995)

March 30, 1995

March 30, 1995

DOCKET modification (utility event) terminating motion to dismiss pla's motion to compel deposition testimony [46-1] (ADF) (Entered: 03/30/1995)

March 30, 1995

March 30, 1995

46 - ORDER granting motion for protective order [46-2] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (ADF) (Entered: 04/04/1995)

April 4, 1995

April 4, 1995

56

WITNESS list (supplemental) (4th) by plaintiff filed cs (SCL) (Entered: 04/05/1995)

April 4, 1995

April 4, 1995

57

MOTION by parties, by and through their attys to extend discovery deadline filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 04/06/1995)

April 6, 1995

April 6, 1995

57 - ORDER granting motion to extend discovery [57-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (SCL) (Entered: 04/10/1995)

April 7, 1995

April 7, 1995

58

WITNESS lists(Supplemental proposed rule 26 compliance and disclosures) second deemed filed 1/20/95; third deemed filed 3/29/95 and fifth deemed filed 4/11/95 by plaintiff filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 04/14/1995)

April 14, 1995

April 14, 1995

59

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to extend dispositive motion deadline filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/08/1995)

May 8, 1995

May 8, 1995

60

ORDER ; Pretrial scheduling conf set for 9:30 7/6/95 ; Jury trial set for 9:30 10/30/95 filed ( by Judge U W. Clemon cm (SWB) (Entered: 05/09/1995)

May 9, 1995

May 9, 1995

59 - ORDER granting motion to extend dispositive motion deadline to 7/27/95 [59-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (KAM) (Entered: 05/15/1995)

May 12, 1995

May 12, 1995

61

MOTION by dft Jimmy L Bromblow to change time of pretrial conference filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/15/1995)

May 15, 1995

May 15, 1995

62

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to compel testimony of Ella Bailey filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/17/1995)

May 17, 1995

May 17, 1995

62 - ORDER denying motion to compel testimony of Ella Bailey [62-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (SWB) (Entered: 05/18/1995)

May 18, 1995

May 18, 1995

63

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc for protective order relative to on-going investigations and communications with personnel manager filed w/exh att cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/22/1995)

May 22, 1995

May 22, 1995

64

MOTION by pla to compel the deposition of Jimmy Bromblow filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/22/1995)

May 22, 1995

May 22, 1995

65

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to show cause why Sandy Payne's testimony at trial should not be barred and enjoined , or in the alternative, to compel said testimony filed w/exh att cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/22/1995)

May 22, 1995

May 22, 1995

66

MOTION(objection) by pla to quash deposition notices to Wayne Stutts and son, Gary Wayne Stutts, Jr. filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/30/1995)

May 22, 1995

May 22, 1995

64 - ORDER granting motion to compel the deposition of Jimmy Bromblow [64-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (CTS) (Entered: 05/23/1995)

May 23, 1995

May 23, 1995

67

WITNESS list and exhibit list by plaintiff Janice M Dumas filed cs (SNH) Modified on 05/30/1995 (Entered: 05/25/1995)

May 25, 1995

May 25, 1995

68

RESPONSE by dft Tyson Foods, Inc to motion to quash deposition notices to Wayne Stutts and son, Gary Wayne Stutts, Jr. [66-1] filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/30/1995)

May 25, 1995

May 25, 1995

69

MOTION by dft Tyson Foods, Inc for protective order , and to enjoin disclosure of confidential matters , and to place this motion under seal filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/30/1995)

May 30, 1995

May 30, 1995

70

RESPONSE by pla to motion for protective order [69-1] relative to ongoing investigations and communications with personnel manager filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 05/31/1995)

May 30, 1995

May 30, 1995

61 - ORDER granting motion to change time of pretrial conference [61-1]; (no date was set) ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (SWB) (Entered: 06/01/1995)

May 31, 1995

May 31, 1995

71

RESPONSE by pla to motion for protective order [69-1], motion to enjoin disclosure of confidential matters [69-2], motion to place this motion under seal [69-3] and motion to compel the deposition of Clarence Wilson filed cs (SWB) (Entered: 06/02/1995)

June 1, 1995

June 1, 1995

72

MOTION by pla to compel deposition testimony of John Pittard filed w/exh att cs (SWB) (Entered: 06/05/1995)

June 2, 1995

June 2, 1995

63 - ORDER denying motion for protective order relative to on-going investigations and communications with manager [63-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (SWB) (Entered: 06/07/1995)

June 6, 1995

June 6, 1995

66 - ORDER finding the motion to quash deposition notices to Wayne Stutts and son, Gary Wayne Stutts, Jr [66-1] moot ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (SWB) (Entered: 06/07/1995)

June 6, 1995

June 6, 1995

69 - ORDER overruling motions for protective order [69-1], to enjoin disclosure of confidential matters [69-2] and to place this motion under seal [69-3] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (SWB) (Entered: 06/07/1995)

June 6, 1995

June 6, 1995

72 - ORDER granting motion to compel deposition testimony of John Pittard [72-1] ( by Judge U W. Clemon ) entered cm (SWB) (Entered: 06/07/1995)

June 6, 1995

June 6, 1995

73

NOTICE filed by pla of withdrawal of second supplemental disclosure w/regards to witnesses cs (SWB) (Entered: 06/22/1995)

June 20, 1995

June 20, 1995

Case Details

State / Territory: Alabama

Case Type(s):

Equal Employment

Special Collection(s):

EEOC Study — in sample

Key Dates

Filing Date: Nov. 24, 1998

Closing Date: June 11, 2001

Case Ongoing: No

Plaintiffs

Plaintiff Description:

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, on behalf of one or more workers.

Plaintiff Type(s):

EEOC Plaintiff

Private Plaintiff

Public Interest Lawyer: Yes

Filed Pro Se: No

Class Action Sought: No

Class Action Outcome: Not sought

Defendants

Tyson Foods Inc., Private Entity/Person

Case Details

Causes of Action:

Title VII (including PDA), 42 U.S.C. § 2000e

Availably Documents:

Trial Court Docket

Monetary Relief

Injunctive (or Injunctive-like) Relief

Outcome

Prevailing Party: Plaintiff

Nature of Relief:

Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement

Damages

Source of Relief:

Settlement

Form of Settlement:

Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree

Order Duration: 2001 - 2004

Issues

General:

Disparate Treatment

Affected Gender:

Female