The Brown Firm recently settled a Title VII discrimination suit for its client, Courtney Price. TBF filed the suit on behalf of Mr. Price against the city of Alexandria for discrimination and retaliation when it terminated Price’s employment. The City of Alexandria retained Greenberg Traurig LLP to defend the claims. The Defendant’s motion for summary judgment was denied, and the parties went to mediation at the request of the Court. The parties were able to reach a settlement. While Price agreed not to disclose the settlement figure, he is happy with the settlement, stating “I am grateful for the work done by The Brown Firm on my behalf. Christopher Brown did a great job, especially during the depositions! I could not be more pleased with the outcome.”
Per TBF’s managing partner, Christopher Brown, who handled the litigation, “we are happy for our client, Courtney Price, and the outcome we were able to achieve. These are difficult cases, and the City and its counsel fought particularly vigorously. We are happy that Mr. Price can now move forward in his career with his reputation intact and dignity restored.