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- Gotthardt v. National Railroad Passenger Corp. (1999) The Gotthardt case is the first appellate decision in this Circuit holding that the damage cap of 42 U.S.C. Section 1981a(b)(3) does not apply to an employee’s claims for lost future wages (“front pay”) under Title VII, and paved the way for employees to obtain damage awards for future lost wages based on their actual future wage loss, without an arbitrary dollar cut-off.
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