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BOP Agrees to Pay $1,200 and Provide Documents to Settle Discrimination Claim

The federal Bureau of Prisons agreed to provide documents to allow an employee to seek disability retirement and pay $1,200 in attorney fees to settle an Equal Employment opportunity complaint.

Robert J. Perkin worked as a cook supervisor at the federal prison in Perkins, Illinois.  His discrimination complaint alleged he was not reassigned or considered to a job conducive to his disability.

The matter was settled on January 29, 2003.  BOP agreed to provide Haas with his official Personnel File so he could apply for disability retirement and pay his attorney, Kevin A. Graham, $1,200.

See:  Haas v. Ashcroft, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Case No 210-AZ-6318X.

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Haas v. Ashcroft