Georgia Gaming Company Settles Retaliation Suit
Duluth-based gaming company Cadillac Jack Inc. has agreed to settle a retaliation suit for $87,200. Former employee Tracey Tucker, a black woman, filed the suit in September 2011 claiming that she was fired from her position as a contracts manager because she complained about racial and gender discrimination.
Tucker was fired one day after filing the discrimination complaint with the EEOC. She had been employed by the company since October 2006.
Cadillac Jack has maintained their position of denying any wrongdoing or liability throughout the lawsuit and settlement process.