We always hear about the million dollar judgment in an employment case.  But, in reality, far more cases result in $30,000 judgments or less.  This is especially true in federal court.  In the case of Barney v. Hill Country Shooting Sports Center, No. SA-11-CV-268, a jury found in favor of the plaintiff regarding her

 I discuss this with clients so often.  How much is my case worth?  Most clients believe their case is worth millions.  And, it is.  To you.  But, what is it worth to a jury?  I have explained that studies of discrimination lawsuits have found that most often, juries do not award compensatory or emotional suffering