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US Bancorp Sued For Racial Discrimination By Boatright Now Wants Summary Judgment

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 6 – Faye Boatright has sued U.S. Bancorp for discriminating against her as an African American female. She is an investment banker who was hired by U.S. Bancorp in its Northeast Region.   

        On December 4 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York  Judge Lewis J. Liman held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

Boatright alleges that Managing Director Scott Verch, a white male, was credited with an interest rate swap with NYC which she had sourced, and that Managing Director Timothy Schlegelmilch, a white male, told Lorenzo Boyd of Stifel Nicolaus, to not call her about a business opportunity with the St. Louis School District. 

 U.S. Bancorp is moving for summary judgment.

 The case is Boatright v. U.S. Bancorp et al., 18-cv-7293 (Liman)


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