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Date: 07-16-2021

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Wal-Mart Stores East LP

Case Number: 1:17-cv-00070-WCG

Judge: William C Griesbach

Court: United States District Court for the District of Wisconsin ( County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Deborah L. Hamilton, Jean P. Kamp, Justin Mulaire, Leslie N. Carter, Richard John Mrizek, Carrie Noelle Vance

Defendant's Attorney: Warren E. Buliox, Carlos R. Pastrana, Emery K. Harlan, George Burness

Description: Greenbay, Wisconsin civil rights lawyers represented Plaintiff, a former Wal-Mart employee with Down syndrome, who sued Wal-Mart on an Americans With Disabilities Act violation theory.

Plaintiff, age 16, claimed that that she was fired because she had trouble adjusting to changes that were made to her longtime work schedule.

Wal-Mart then rejected her application to be rehired.

Outcome: Plaintiff's verdict for $125 million.

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