Man wins $11.1 mil. in racial harassment suit

September 1996
Jet;09/30/96, Vol. 90 Issue 20, p19
Reports that Akintunde I. Ogunleye was awarded $11.1 million in a racial-discrimination suit filed against his former employer, Pitney Bowes in Van Nuys, California. Details of the suit; Verdict being the largest awarded in a race discrimination case in which a worker was not wrongfully fired; Ogunleye's testimony; Plans of Pitney Bowes to appeal the verdict.


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