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Stanfill v. SAIC (Breach of Contract)
Date: 03/19/1997 (Date of Verdict)
Misconduct Type: Labor
Enforcement Agency: Non-Governmental
Contracting Party: None
Court Type: Civil
Disposition: Judgment Against Defendant
Synopsis: Former SAIC employee Bernice Stanfill sued the company for sex discrimination and breach of her employment contract. She prevailed at trial in 1992 and won a $3.1 million jury award, which was later overturned on appeal. At a 1997 retrial on her breach of contract claim, she was awarded $1,250,000 in compensatory damages.
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