Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Stone Pony Pizza, Inc.

Filing 305

FINAL JUDGMENT. CASE CLOSED. Signed by District Judge Sharion Aycock on 11/16/17. (tab)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI GREENVILLE DIVISION EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION1 V. PLAINTIFF CIVIL ACTION NO. 4:13-CV-92-SA-JMV STONE PONY PIZZA, INC. DEFENDANT FINAL JUDGMENT For all of the reasons fully explained in a separate Order on Damages [304], the Court finds in favor of the Plaintiffs and awards: $39,158.87 to Tyler Banks, Jr.; $39,231.77 to Christie Boyd; $44,933.92 to Ja’Lissa Farmer; $66,870.59 to Marchello Kemp; $35,000 to Charles Wilder; $39,115.16 to Roxchelle Wiley; $68,807.40 to Chendra Johnson-Hampton; $53,639.06 to Wylinda Gregory; $69,879.50 to Youmeka Simpson; $50,737.71 to Cecily Allen; $63,532.22 to Stephanie Clay; $111,081.81 to Shameika Cooper; $88,733.81 to Faith Holmes; and $51,919.77 to Crystal Peeler. In addition to owing these sums, Defendant Stone Pony is permanently enjoined from engaging in racial discrimination against job applicants, maintaining a segregated workforce on the basis of race, and discarding personnel or employment records, including employment applications, resumes and any other documents submitted by job applicants within one year of creation or submission. SO ORDERED on this the 16th day of November, 2017. /s/ Sharion Aycock UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 1 The Commission represents six Claimants in this case: Tyler Banks, Jr., Christie Boyd, Ja’Lissa Farmer, Marchello Kemp, Charles Wilder, and Roxchelle Wiley. Eight additional Plaintiffs were permitted to intervene in this action: Chendra Johnson-Hampton, Wylinda Gregory, Youmeka Simpson, Cecily Allen, Stephanie Clay, Shameika Cooper, Faith Holmes, and Crystal Peeler. For simplicity, the Court uses the term “Plaintiffs” to refer to all of these parties.

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