That $1,750,450 verdict consisted of:
- $200,450 for past lost wages and benefits,
- $900,000 for future lost wages and benefits,
- $150,000 for humiliation,
- $150,000 for emotional distress, and
- $350,000 in punitive damages.
Award of Attorney’s Fees and Expenses
Judge Bailey-Walker awarded the plaintiff total attorney’s fees of $177,772.50, and $8,855.33 in expenses.
The Defendant is in the process of appealing. The issue of attorneys’ fees was resolved by Judge Bailey-Walker on June 8, 2010, so the appeal process is in its early stages as of the date of this article being updated (July 31, 2010). As things develop in the appeal, I will update this article.
July 31, 2010
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