Former Safelite Employee, Husband, Dismiss Sexual Harassment Claims with Prejudice, in Light of Recent Settlement
December 20, 2012

by Penny Stacey, pstacey@glass.com

A former Safelite employee and her husband who had joined a sexual harassment case filed against the company by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) have dismissed their claims against the company with prejudice. The stipulation of dismissal, filed by Lee Laraviere-Steele and her husband, Darrell Steele, comes just two weeks after Safelite agreed to pay $50,000 as part of a settlement with the EEOC.

Laraviere-Steele and Steele had entered the case as intervenor-plaintiffs  in early 2011, approximately six months after its original filing.

According to the stipulation, the two also will bear their own court costs and fees.

“All other claims asserted by the original plaintiff, the [EEOC] have been resolved by a pre-exisitng consent decree, which was previously filed in this action, and said consent decree is not affected by this pleading,” writes counsel for Laraviere-Steele and Steele.

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