Chrysler's Inaction Justifies $4M Harassment Penalty: 7th Circ.

Law360, New York (August 23, 2012, 5:40 PM EDT) -- A Chrysler Group LLC factory worker who allegedly endured three years of harassment from his co-workers because of his ethnicity and religious beliefs won reinstatement of a $3.5 million damages award on Thursday after the Seventh Circuit ruled the automaker did little to stop the mistreatment.

The appeals court reversed a trial court's ruling throwing out the punitive damages, finding that Chrysler's failure to adequately respond to over 70 incidents of workplace harassment against Otto May Jr., a pipefitter at the company's Belvedere, Ill., plant who...
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