Jury awards no damages in sex discrimination trial against Baker Tank

A Federal jury awarded no damages to a plaintiff who sued her employer for sexual discrimination and harassment. The trial was held in Marshall, Texas’ Federal Courthouse and was presided over by U.S. Chief District Judge Rodney Gilstrap. The trial lasted three days. The case began when the plaintiff filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleging her employer, Smith County Baker Tank, ignored her complaints of sexual harassment, discrimination and a hostile work environment. The lawsuit alleged violations of Title VII, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the Equal Pay Act and the Texas Employment Discrimination Act. The lawsuit claimed that throughout the plaintiff’s employment at Baker Tank’s Arp facility, she earned less than her male co-workers with similar jobs and was also subjected to sexual harassment and a hostile work environment. She alleged that male co-workers and supervisors would make sexist and inappropriate…

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