Following a week-long jury trial in St. Louis County Circuit Court in 2011, Narcisa obtained a complete defense verdict on behalf of an employer and two individual defendants in a lawsuit alleging race and sex discrimination in demotion, denial of various promotions and retaliation under the Missouri Human Rights Act. Only 21 of the original 75 claims brought by the Plaintiff were submitted to the jury after the successful attainment of dismissal of the other 54 claims through motions for summary judgment and directed verdicts, as well as the abandonment of claims by the Plaintiff at trial.
Narcisa negotiated a favorable settlement in a breach of contract, failure to pay commissions, natural origin discrimination and unjust enrichment lawsuit under the Missouri Human Rights Act and Missouri common law after receiving partial summary judgment and subsequent voluntary dismissal by plaintiff of certain claims.
Representing a client in a non-compete matter, Narcisa obtained a permanent injunction against a former employee and their new employer, enforcing both the non-compete and non-solicitation provisions of the employment agreement.
Narcisa achieved a summary judgment in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri on claims of race and age discrimination in termination, denial of promotion, harassment and retaliation under federal and Missouri state law.
Narcisa won summary judgment in a pending case involving racial discrimination in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.
Narcisa obtained a summary judgment on claims of sex and age discrimination, including the denial of promotion and training, denial of equal pay, retaliation, breach of contract and promissory estoppel under Title VII, the ADEA, the EPA, the KAAD and Kansas state law in the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas.
Also in the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas, Narcisa won a summary judgment on claims of disability discrimination, failure to accommodate, retaliation and workers’ compensation retaliation brought under federal law and Kansas state law.