7th Circuit Reverses Jury Verdict For Employer Based On Unsound Instructions

CHICAGO - The Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on March 8 reversed a jury verdict in favor of an employer in a sex bias and retaliation suit, finding that the jury instruction and verdict form, as well as the trial court judge's response to a jury inquiry, were unsound (Deborah Cook v. IPC International Corporation, No. 11-2502, 7th Cir.).

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