Verdicts & Settlements

Jury Largely Sides With Defense in Discrimination Case

Jordan v. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Defense Verdict; $30,000 Award

The Legal Intelligencer

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On June 28, 1993, plaintiff Barbara Jordan, who is black, began her employment for Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority as a bus driver. In October 1999, she was assigned to the position of a cashier and returned to her position of bus operator in April 2006.

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