HENDRICKS v. PITTSBURGH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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|February 10, 2015
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER indicating that, for reasons more fully stated within, Defendant's Motion is granted, in part, and denied, in part. The Motion is granted, to the extent that the Court's Memorandum Opinion 34 , is amended, only to correct the Court's error in finding that Leah Rae Bivins ("Ms. Bivins") was the Vice Principal of Faison during the 2009-2010 school year. The third sentence in the first paragraph of Section II.A., id., now shall state: For the 2 009-2010 school year, JoAnn Hoover ("Ms. Hoover") was the Vice Principal and Yvonna K. Smith ("Ms. Smith") was the Principal." The Motion is denied in all other respects; that a Status Conference is hereby scheduled for 2/17/15 at 9:00 a.m., in Courtroom 5B, to set a trial date and establish deadlines for the Court's Pretrial Order. Signed by Judge Nora Barry Fischer on 2/10/15. (jg)
|September 16, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION indicating that on Plaintiff's racial discrimination claim, the Court denies Defendant's motion for summary judgment. The Court rules in favor of Defendant and against Plaintiff on the hostile work environment and retaliation claims. For the reasons stated more fully within, the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment 22 is hereby granted, in part, and denied, in part. Appropriate Orders follow. Signed by Judge Nora Barry Fischer on 9/16/14. (jg)
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