A Los Angeles jury has order the University of California, Los Angeles to pay a $13 million verdict for allegedly retaliating against a female oncologist who complained about discrimination.

The verdict came down in Judge Michael Linfield’s courtroom, with the jury finding that Dr. Lauren Pinter-Brown deserved $3 million in lost earnings, as well as $10 million in damages for emotional distress. The verdict was rendered Feb. 15 after about 14 days of trial.

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