This is the largest jury verdict in an employment case in U.S. history. It also may be the largest male-plaintiff sexual harassment verdict ever rendered in California.
School District's workers' comp administrator is blamed for providing misleading information. Verdict includes $27 million in punitive damages against administrator.
Bank auditor is fired after he reports to outside governmental agencies his beliefs of wrongdoing by the bank.
LAPD officer claims he was subjected to years of retaliation including lost promotions after he was marked by superiors as a "problem child."
A Michigan couple relocates to California after both husand and wife are offered jobs at religious retreat. They claim they were promised health insurance.
Long-time department of Probation Department employee claims pay and retirement benefits the county says he's not entitled to.
African-American manager in LA County Tax Collector's office says he was retaliated against after blowing whistle on the activities of a senior manager.
LAPD officer says the department retaliated against him becasue of a lawsuit he filed against the city in 2006.
Plaintiff scientist claims he was promised forgiveness of a $200,000 housing loan, which defendants reneged on.
Elementary school teacher is diagnosed with MS, needs regular aide in classroom but says district does not accommodate that request.
School janitor takes five-week leave for diabetes, leaves the country.
Long-time employee, a Latina, is said to have allowed a hostile work environment, so the company fired her.
Assistant Sheriff hugs and touches administrative secretary in an unwanted fashion. He retires before any discipline.
Employee of 22 years complains of harassment followed by retaliatory termination.
Employee of defense subcontractor refuses to take photographs of equipment on military base when ordered to do so, reports those improper orders to general contractor, and is later fired on a pretext.
Company's controller is fired after five months of employment; she claims retaliation.