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$2.8 million settlement
January 25, 2007 by Ross Runkel at LawMemo

78 Latino employees sued Quietflex Manufacturing Company claiming discrimination against them based on their national origin in its transfer and compensation policies.

The employees were represented by the Mexican American Legal Defense And Educational Fund, Inc. (MALDEF). The EEOC intervened in the suit.

In a settlement announced January 23, the company's insurer will pay out $2.8 million and the company will "implement policies and practices to advance equal employment opportunity."

EEOC Press release.


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