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Sexual Harassment Suit Against S&P Global Turns On If $123000 Released Claims or Not

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 22 – Natalie Sanchez worked at S&P Global for more than 30 years. Then, she says, sexual harassment got her fired.  

On November 22, 2023 there was an oral argument on summary judgment before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Amit Sumramanian. Inner City Press was there. Sanchez was too, by Microsoft Teams. 

  Judge Sumaranian zeroed in a $123,000 S&P Global paid Sanchez. Was it under a severance agreement, including a release of claims? Or was it, as her counsel now said she thought, under a severance plan that applied to all employees?

Either way, Judge Sumramanian said, equitable principles of estoppel or quantum meruit might apply.   

The issue was not resolved on November 22. Judge Subramanian said he would take the motion under advisement and rule soon.

He asked if the parties would like to "take the room" - presumably with Inner City Press gone from it - and discuss settlement. This did not happen; the size of the demand, and gap, was discretely not stated. 

 The case is Sanchez v. S&P Global, Inc., et al., 23-cv-576 (Subramanian)


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