casebrieg - Nick Fortune Business Law 230 September 30,...

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Nick Fortune Business Law 230 September 30, 2007 Case Brief United States Court of Appeals, 4 th Circuit, 1999 173 F.3d 933. Hooters of America a Georgia Corporation Plaintiff-Appellant , v. Annette R. Phillips, an individual a Resident of South Carolina, Defendant & Third Party Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Hooters of Myrtle Beach Incorporated, a Georgia Corporation, Third Party Defendant-Appellant Statement of Facts: Annette R. Phillips worked as a bartender at a Hooters Restaurant in Myrtle Beach, SC. Phillips alleges that in June of 1996, Gerald Brooks, a Hooters official, sexually harassed her by grabbing and slapping her buttocks. After appealing for help to her manager and being told to “let it go”, she quit her job. She contacted Hooters through an attorney claiming the attack and restaurant’s failure to address it violated her Title VII rights. Hooters replied she was required to submit her claims to arbitration according to a binding agreement between the two parties. This arose in 1994 when Hooters
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course LAW 230 taught by Professor Birkel,c during the Spring '08 term at W. Carolina.

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