Patricia Tillotson v. Home Depot

VERDICT

Trial
11/08/18 – 11/21/18

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Summary

Tillotson sued Home Depot in 2015 after being fired for supposedly providing a customer improper markdowns, but she maintained the termination was actually because of her age, disability and for acting as a whistleblower. At the time of her firing Tillotson, then 58, was the oldest employee in her department.

Home Depot argued Tillotson’s entire department was fired after an investigation found they provided unauthorized markdowns to customers, and that her medical conditions and supposed whistleblower complaints had nothing to do with the decision.

Outcome

$75,500 Past economic
$100,000 Future economic

Sessions

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