Maria McSwain v. World Fuel ServicesLeave a Comment
Maria McSwain worked at World Fuel Services as a Senior Human Resources Generalist. She was also a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserves. Throughout her employment at WFS she experienced discrimination when called to go on military reserve duty and retaliation when she complained that some of her fellow HR professionals were discriminating against her on account of her military service obligations.
Ms. McSwain filed suit against WFS. WFS then counter-sued Ms. McSwain for repayment of certain military related leave benefits. Ms. McSwain then got court approval to amend her complaint to include WFS’s lawsuit against her as another instance of actionable retaliation.
A copy of her Amended Complaint is available below.
A copy of Ms. McSwain’s response to WFS’s summary judgment motion is available below.
Below is the Court Order denying WFS’s motion to exclude Ms. McSwain’s economic loss expert from testifying.
The case is set for trial in February 2023.