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Civil Procedure Keyed to Glannon
Davey v. Lockheed Martin Corp.
Citation:301 F.3d 1204 (10th Cir. 2002)
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Davey sued her former employer, asserting claims for gender discrimination and retaliation against her for complaining about the discrimination. She obtained a jury verdict on one of her retaliation claims and was awarded, in accordance with the jury’s verdict, compensatory and punitive damages, back pay and front pay, attorney’s fees, and interest. The employer appealed the verdict on the retaliation claim, contending that the district court improperly denied it the opportunity to amend the pretrial order to allow it to present a defense — good faith compliance with Title VII — to the jury, which led to the award of punitive damages.
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