Habibah Abdul-Hakeem v. Cara Parkinson and Corrine McCarthy: A federal judge has dismissed claims by a former Norwich court clerk who said her bosses treated her differently than her white colleagues. Habibah Abdul-Hakeem, 36, of New London, had filed a lawsuit May 13, 2010 in U.S. District Court in New Haven against her supervisors at the Norwich Superior Court building -- Deputy Chief Court Clerk Cara Parkinson and Deputy Clerk Corrine McCarthy -- alleging racial discrimination.
Court Clerks' Discrimination Claim Dismissed
The Connecticut Law Tribune
March 5, 2012
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