Judge Robert B.Kugler grants plaintiffs' motion to amend the complaint to add three additional women - Gwendolyn Goffney, Dianne Sosa, and Andrea de la Torre - as class representatives. To view Judge Kugler's order, please click here and to view the Third Amended Complaint, please click here .
Magistrate Judge Ann Marie Donio denies defendant's right to withhold documents on the basis of the "Self-Critical Analysis" privilege. Please click here to view the order.
The Court denies Lockheed Martin's Motion regarding the temporal scope of discovery and orders it to produce data for its employees two years prior to the Class Period. Click here for the order.
Lead Plaintiffs file a Second Amended Class Action Complaint that, among other things, adds the individual claims of two new plaintiffs, Linda Abt and Maxine Walker. Click here to view a copy of Plaintiffs' Second Amended Complaint.
After extensive briefing and argument the Court orders nationwide discovery including data concerning the full demographic identity of the relevant workforce. The Court also grants plaintiff Carol Bell's motion to amend the complaint to add two additional named plaintiffs, Linda Abt and Maxine Walker. To review copies of the Court's Orders, please click here and here.
Plaintiff files a Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Compel Nationwide Discovery.
Plaintiffs' file a Motion for Leave to File a Second Amended Complaint.
Magistrate Judge Marie Donio orders Defendant to produce to Plaintiff's counsel all data pertaining to Plaintiff Carol Bell and identify a person or persons with knowledge about Defendants software program. Click here to view the Court's Order.
Lockheed Martin Corporation Answers Plaintiff's Amended Complaint. Click here to view Defendants' Answer.
Lead Plaintiff files an Amended Complaint. Click here to view the Amended Complaint.
Lead Plaintiff Carol Bell files a Complaint against Lockheed Martin Coporation on behalf of current and former L 3-6 and E 3-6 female exempt level employees. The Complaint alleges, among other things, that this class of women has been discriminated against in compensation, pay grade, annual and promotional increases, merit pay increases and bonuses as a well as promotion path and leadership development discrimination.