The federal Bureau of Prisons paid $1,000 in attorney fees and awarded 100 hours annual leave to settle a racial discrimination claim filed under an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint.
Sharon Lyles, a Personal Management Specialist in BOP’s Washington D.C. office, alleged a pattern of harassment in 1997 that began after she became a supervisor. Her complaint details in six pages of facts a detailed pattern of harassment by two supervisors, which resulted in low performance audits and internal investigations.
Her complaint was filed on April 8, 1998. A settlement that paid her attorney, E. Ned Sloan of Washington D.C., $1,000 and restored 100 hours of annual or sick leave to Lyles was reached on January 16, 2001. See: Lyles v. Reno, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Case No 100-99-8096X.
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Lyles v. Reno
|Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Case No 100-99-8096X.