Case: EEOC v. NORTHEAST ALABAMA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

1:02-cv-02398 | U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama

Filed Date: Sept. 30, 2002

Closed Date: Dec. 30, 2002

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Case Summary

In September 2002, the EEOC district office in Birmingham, Alabama brought this suit against the Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center, a general health care facility, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. The complaint states that a former male employee alleged that the defendant refused to accommodate his religious beliefs - cannot work on Sundays - and promptly fired him in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Eighteen days after the defense moved for dismissal, the parties stipulated to a voluntary dismissal in late December 2002. The Court dismissed the case without prejudice on 30 December 2002.

Summary Authors

Joel Pettit (7/5/2007)

People

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Documents in the Clearinghouse

Document

1:02-cv-02398

Docket [PACER]

EEOC v. NE AL Regional Medical Center

Dec. 30, 2002

Dec. 30, 2002

Docket
1

1:02-cv-02398

Complaint

EEOC v. NE AL Regional Medical Center

Sept. 30, 2002

Sept. 30, 2002

Complaint
7

1:02-cv-02398

Dismissal Order

EEOC v. NE AL Regional Medical Center

Dec. 30, 2002

Dec. 30, 2002

Order/Opinion

Resources

Docket

See docket on RECAP: https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/4126524/eeoc-v-northeast-al-reg-med/

Last updated June 7, 2022, 3:17 a.m.

ECF Number Description Date Link Date / Link
1

COMPLAINT filed, amount paid $ waived (KLL) (Entered: 10/01/2002)

Sept. 30, 2002

Sept. 30, 2002

RECAP
2

WAIVER of Service of Summons by defendant Northeast AL Reg Med filed (Former Employee) (Entered: 10/22/2002)

Oct. 21, 2002

Oct. 21, 2002

PACER
3

MOTION by dft to dismiss, or, in the alternative, for summary judgment filed cs (KLL) (Entered: 12/03/2002)

Dec. 2, 2002

Dec. 2, 2002

PACER
4

ORDER (Submission) that the motion for summary judgment [3-2] is submitted 12/2/02; pla is to list each claim made in this case by 12/13/02, dfts may respond to pla's listing and will admit or deny that there is a source for the listed evidence by 12/20/02, pla's may reply by 12/27/02 filed ( Magistrate-Judge Robert R. Armstrong Jr ) cm (KLL) (Entered: 12/03/2002)

Dec. 3, 2002

Dec. 3, 2002

PACER
5

ORDER-The court VACATES submission order dated 12/3/02; within 10 working days pla will respond to dft's motion to dismiss/for summary judgment; dft may reply w/i 7 working days thereafter filed ( by Judge Robert B. Propst ) cm (MAA) (Entered: 12/04/2002)

Dec. 4, 2002

Dec. 4, 2002

PACER
6

STIPULATION of dismissal filed (Former Employee) (Entered: 12/23/2002)

Dec. 20, 2002

Dec. 20, 2002

PACER
7

ORDER -In accordance with stipulation of dismissal, filed by pla, this action is DISMISSED W/O PREJUDICE with each party to bear own costs to dismiss case filed ( by Judge Robert B. Propst cm (MAA) (Entered: 12/30/2002)

Dec. 30, 2002

Dec. 30, 2002

RECAP

Case Details

State / Territory: Alabama

Case Type(s):

Equal Employment

Special Collection(s):

EEOC Study — in sample

Key Dates

Filing Date: Sept. 30, 2002

Closing Date: Dec. 30, 2002

Case Ongoing: No

Plaintiffs

Plaintiff Description:

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

Plaintiff Type(s):

EEOC Plaintiff

Attorney Organizations:

EEOC

Public Interest Lawyer: Yes

Filed Pro Se: No

Class Action Sought: No

Class Action Outcome: Not sought

Defendants

Alabama Regional Medical Center, Private Entity/Person

Case Details

Causes of Action:

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

Availably Documents:

Trial Court Docket

Complaint (any)

Outcome

Prevailing Party: Plaintiff

Nature of Relief:

None

Source of Relief:

None

Issues

General:

Disparate Treatment

Discrimination-area:

Accommodation / Leave

Discharge / Constructive Discharge / Layoff

Discrimination-basis:

Religion discrimination

EEOC-centric:

Direct Suit on Merits