Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Decade-old discrimination case finally settled

A discrimination case dating back to the late-1990s involving two employees of the City of Cambridge was finally settled this month, according to the Boston Globe.  The two employees, Linda Stamper and Mary Wong, had alleged racial discrimination and retaliation against the City.  They were on the verge of trial when settlement was reached.  The terms of the settlement were not announced.

A third city employee was originally involved in the lawsuit, but Malvino Monteiro's claims had already gone to trial, resulting in a multimillion dollar verdict for Monteiro which the state appeals court recently upheld. 

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