Defendant argued that Plaintiff was not demoted because “he suffered neither a reduction in pay nor any change in official title . . . . In fact, Plaintiff continued to receive the same pay for reduced responsibility.” Stippick v. Stone & Webster Servs., LLC, CIV. A. H-10-0290, 2011 WL 564081, at *5 n.16 (S.D. Tex. Feb. 8, 2011). “The court is not persuaded that any of these considerations lead to the conclusion that [Plaintiff] did not suffer an actionable adverse employment action. Moreover, during his deposition [Defendant] acknowledged that [Plaintiff]’s loss of supervisory responsibilities constituted a demotion.” Id.