JURY VERDICT WIN BY CONSOLE MATTIACCI LAW UPHELD ON APPEAL

Posted on Oct 18, 2018 by Console Mattiacci Law, LLC

In an 80-page opinion by Judge Robert F. Kelly of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the jury verdict win by Console Mattiacci Law this summer against Temple University was upheld. Laura Carlin Mattiacci, as lead trial counsel, and Rahul Munshi, as co-counsel, both of Console Mattiacci Law, represented Ruth Briggs in her claims of age and sex discrimination and retaliation at trial. The jury’s award, which included $350,000 for emotional distress damages upheld on appeal, along with the Judge’s front pay award brings the judgment to $910,000. Console Mattiacci Law will also be submitting to the Court a petition for an award of attorneys’ fees and costs. You can read the Court’s full ruling here.

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Console Mattiacci Law, LLC is an employment rights law firm with offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Moorestown, New Jersey. Since its inception in 1990, the firm has focused its practice on the representation of current, former and potential employees concerning work-related matters. The lawyers at Console Mattiacci Law, LLC counsel whistleblower-employees who have been retaliated against and individuals who have been victimized by illegal employment discrimination and retaliation, including sex, race, religion, disability and age discrimination and sexual harassment at work. They also represent employees concerning medical leaves, disability benefits, wage and hour claims, employment contracts, severance agreements, stock option plans, and class action lawsuits. For more information visit: www.consolelaw.com or call Console Mattiacci Law, LLC at 215-545-7676.

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