Dodd v. Brunswick County Schools, No. 7:10-CV-101-FL, 2010 WL 3075564 (E.D.N.C. June 3, 2010), summarized by Ingrid M. Johansen, posted March 3, 2011
Sharon Dodd alleged that the Brunswick County Schools discriminated against her on the basis of race in denying her two job positions in child nutrition. Before trial, however, the defendant moved to dismiss her complaint as frivolous because she had failed to name as defendant an entity subject to suit under state law.
Camara v. North Carolina Central University, No. 5:09-CV-176-FL, 2010 WL 1980847 (E.D.N.C. May 14, 2010), summarized by Ingrid M. Johansen, posted March 3, 2011
In 2009 Simon Camara filed a Title VII employment discrimination claim against North Carolina Central University (NCCU) and two of its employees, Farida Azam and Tim Moore, whom he designated as his immediate supervisors. NCCU moved to dismiss Azam and Moore from the case as, under Title VII, individual supervisors cannot be held liable.