A Gadsden, Ala., man has won a trial against Tyson Foods, for the second time, in a racial bias case that began in 1995 and went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Tuesday evening, a federal court jury came out with a $1.3 million verdict for John Hithon: $1 million in punitive damages, $300,000 for emotional distress and $35,000 in lost wages. A Tyson spokesman said the Arkansas-based company intends to ask the court to disregard the verdict.