Representative Jury Verdicts – Federal Court

In that moment somehow the dollar figure doesn’t mean as much. It’s the fact that the jury has seen what happened, the jury has seen the truth and are willing to deliver the truth publicly.”
— Civil Rights and Employment Attorney Deborah Gordon

Armstrong vs. Shirvell

Defamation and stalking case on behalf of a gay university student

Verdict: $4.5M

 

Officer Ann Marie Rogers v Sterling Heights Police Dept.

Gender discrimination and retaliation suit on behalf of a police officer

Judgment: $1.272M

 

Cawood and Nutt vs. Washington Group International, Inc.

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Whistleblower claim on behalf of two crane operators

Verdict: $300K

 

Englar et al vs. Judge Linda Davis

Constitutional Due Process violations on behalf of court employees

Verdict:  $2.2M 

 

Fuhr vs. School District of the City of Hazel Park

Sexual Discrimination on behalf of a high school basketball coach

Judgment: $620K/The Court placed Ms. Fuhr in the position of the boy's varsity coach

 

Michelle Horton vs. 48th District Court, et al

Verdict: $2.99M

Constitutional Due Process violations on behalf of a court clerk

 

Kesner vs. Olympia Aviation, and Ilitch Enterprises

Verdict: $200K

Sexual Harassment of a flight attendant on the Detroit Tigers’ plane

 

Morrison vs. B. Braun Medical, Inc.

Verdict: $880K

Termination for refusal to violate FDA regulations on the job

 

Morrison vs. BOC Group

Verdict: $1M

Termination for refusal to violate FDA regulations on the job

 

Stout vs. Asplundh Construction Corporation

Verdict: $395K

Sexual Discrimination on behalf of an electrical worker

 

Varlesi vs. Wayne State University

Verdict: $848K

Pregnancy Discrimination and Retaliation against a student

 

Wendrow vs. Michigan Department of Human Services, David Gorcyca, et al

Verdict: $3.0M

Total Settlement $6.5M

Civil Rights Violations; Defamation on behalf of family

 

Zwick vs. Regents of the University of Michigan, et al,

Verdict:  $1M

Civil Rights violations against the University of Michigan