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II.

Procedural History

The complainant filed her employment discrimination complaint with the commission on

November 22, 2004 and amended it on June 26, 2008 so as to achieve pseudonym

status pursuant to my aforementioned orders. The complaint alleged discrimination on

the basis of gender and sexual harassment leading to constructive termination in

violation of General Statutes §§46a-58a, 46a-60 (a) (1), 46a-60 (a) (8), and Title VII of

the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 2000e et seq. After a full and

thorough investigation of the complaint, the commission investigator issued a

reasonable cause finding and the case was certified to public hearing on September 18,

2007.

On September 24, 2007, Chief Human Rights Referee Donna Maria Wilkerson issued a

notice of contested case proceeding and hearing conference. Human Rights Referee

Thomas C. Austin, Jr. was assigned as the presiding referee and the hearing

conference was scheduled for October 24, 2007. Commission counsel Alix Simonetti

participated and a scheduling order was issued. The respondent did not appear at the

hearing conference and did not file an answer. On December 14, 2007, the commission

filed a motion for default, properly noticed, and default was entered January 2, 2008 by

the presiding referee, who also ordered a hearing in damages to be held on February

28, 2008.

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