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New York’s Highest Court Rules That Threshold for Punitive Damages Under NYCHRL is Lower Than Under Title VII
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In its latest ruling under the New York City Human Rights Law (NYCHRL), New York’s highest court clarified the standard for plaintiffs to obtain punitive damages. In a landmark ruling, the Court held that “the standard for determining punitive damages under the NYCHRL is whether the wrongdoer has engaged in discrimination with willful or wanton…

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City of Brockton Vows Investigation After Gordon Law Group’s MASSIVE Jury Verdict
Gordon Law Group

Following the landmark $4.05M jury verdict won by Gordon Law Group on behalf its client, Russell Lopes, the City of Brockton’s Mayor vows an investigation. If you have questions about this verdict, or you may have suffered your own discrimination in Brockton or elsewhere, give us a call. View Article

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Gordon Law Group Wins $4 million Jury Verdict in Landmark Discrimination Case Against City of Brockton
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Gordon Law Group obtains record setting verdict in Brockton for Russell Lopes! The case was tried by veteran attorneys Philip Gordon and Elizabeth Rodgers, who worked with Mr. Lopes to uncover serious and concerning evidence of both discrimination and retaliaition. The trial was held in Brockton, before an all-white jury, who awarded Mr. Lopes both…

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