Jury Find In Favour of Gallup


Jury Find In Favour of Gallup

Gallup alleged in her suit that she was fired as an “act of reprisal” after filing a grievance in April 2010; she was terminated in December.

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SACRAMENTO — A Sacramento County jury found in former Family Court mediator Emily Gallup’s favor in all aspects of her whistle-blowing lawsuit against Nevada County Superior Court Friday morning.

The jury awarded Gallup $313,206 in damages.

Whistle-blower claims to go forward in Gallup suit

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