Scott's suit alleged state-law causes of action for harassment; failure to prevent discrimination and harassment; retaliation for complaining about unlawful discrimination and harassment; and intentional infliction of emotional distress. He sought general and special damages in an amount according to proof at trial.
In exchange for signing the Settlement Agreement, in which he agreed to dismiss his lawsuit (with prejudice), Scott received payment of $25,000 from CDCR. Sources: Scott v. CDCR, Sacramento County Superior Court Case No.07AS01566.
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Scott v. CDCR
|Cite||Sacramento County Superior Court Case No.07AS01566|
|Level||State Trial Court|