$45K Settlement with Maryland Attorney General’s Office for Employment Discrimination & Reprisal Against Towson University Employee in EEOC Matter
Following her removal as an employee, a former servicemember who worked at Towson University brought a claim of discrimination and retaliation against the school. The allegations involved discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, and retaliation after making protected communications, which led to her improper firing. After pursuing the claim on her behalf through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Pat Hughes negotiated a settlement of $45K to resolve the matter.
Practice area(s): Employment/EEOC Law