Employment Discrimination Trials

At Brock Person Guerra Reyna, we have tried hundreds of cases over the years, too many to include in this website. We have, however, chosen to include each of those cases governed by a jury verdict where the amount sought was in excess of $500,000. It is important to note that we have included every case tried under this broad category, not just select verdicts.


Blackthorne v. Hewlett Packard Company
(Bexar County) Plaintiff was terminated from her position as HP's top national sales representative after she filed an EEOC complaint of sexual harassment against two HP sales managers. Plaintiff complained that she was forced to attend a company retreat which took place on a house boat. She characterized it as a drunken orgy where she was subjected to sexually charged language, excessive drinking and body shots, public urination, and public intercourse (all by HP managers). Both managers were terminated along with Plaintiff. The Plaintiff was earning over $100,000 per year and the lost wages were $3,550,000. The Plaintiff asked the jury to award $33,000,000. The pre-trial demand was $1,000,000. The pre-trial offer was $750,000. The jury returned a zero verdict in favor of the Defendant.

Stokes v. R&R Brokerage (Western District of Texas) Plaintiffs sued Defendant claiming that they were discriminated against because of their race. They claimed that they were paid less than similarly situated non-minorities. They further claimed retaliation because they were terminated less than ten days after filing their charge of discrimination with the EEOC. Defendant denied all charges. The Plaintiffs asked the jury to award $500,000. The pre-trial demand was $100,000. The pre-trial offer was $10,000. The jury returned a zero verdict in favor of the Defendant.

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