TYLER v. UNION OIL CO. OF CALIFORNIA, 00-51112, 01-50479
In multiple appeals in an employment discrimination action, admission of statistical employment evidence was proper, and an award of damages on an ADEA claim was not supported by sufficient evidence of an adverse employment action after a transfer.
- Decided 08/27/2002
- Published 08/27/2002
- GARWOOD, Circuit Judge:, Before KING, Chief Judge, and GARWOOD and HIGGINBOTHAM, Circuit Judges.
- United States Fifth Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Charles Louis Tighe (argued), Susan Rafferty Richardson, Cotton, Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson, Midland, TX, for Donald Ray Tyler, Donald R. Powers, M. Leon Earles, Thomas L. Hough and David Burkett., Vianei Lopez Robinson (argued), Carolyn Foster, Robinson Law Firm, Abilene, TX, John Allen (Jad) Davis, Jr., Turner, Davis & Gerald, Midland, TX, Veronica H. Roa, Union Oil Co. of California, Law Dept., Sugar Land, TX, for Union Oil Co. of California.