The U.S. Supreme Court created the possibility of unlimited awards in employment discrimination lawsuits in federal court, despite the $300,000 cap on damages in Title VII. The Court ruled that the cap does not apply to front pay — money an employee would have continued earning if he/she was not illegally terminated.1
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