Defendant's Attorney: Kathryn Joyce Bradley
Description: Baltimore, Maryland civil rights lawyer represented Plaintiff who sued Defendants, et al. on employment discrimination theory.
The Complaint asserts claims for disability discrimination (Counts I and II); retaliation (Counts III and IV); and failure to accommodate (Counts V and VI). The claims are lodged under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (“Section 504”), 29 U.S.C. § 794, as well as the Maryland Fair Employment Practices Act (“MFEPA”), Md. Code (2020 Repl. Vol.) §§ 20-601 et seq. of the State Government Article (“S.G.”). See ECF 2, ¶¶ 29-98. Jennings seeks monetary damages, inclusive of back pay, back benefits, and compensatory damages, as well as “pre- and postjudgment interest, reasonable attorney's fees, expert witness fees, and costs.” ECF 2 at 12. In addition, Jennings seeks reinstatement or, in the alternative, an award of “front pay and front benefits.” Id.
Outcome: Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgement Granted in Part and Denied in part.