A highly paid former regional manager at Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp. has won a federal jury verdict of more than $2.2 million in an employment discrimination suit alleging violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act.

Once liquidated damages equal to the amount of the verdict as well as prejudgment interest are added in — both are mandated under the FMLA — the former employee’s recovery could fall somewhere between $6.2 million and $7.6 million, according to Amanda A. Farahany of Barrett & Farahany, who represented plaintiff Nicholas Lore.

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