“Indeed, the interviewed employees’ responses that the Spanish-speaking employees were trying to ‘cause trouble,’ and that they felt uncomfortable when the Hispanic employees spoke Spanish, might have suggested the need to investigate further. However, there is no evidence that Defendant took additional steps after the cursory investigation to remedy the situation about which Plaintiff complained. Taken as a whole, there is at least a genuine issue of material fact as to whether Defendant took sufficient prompt, remedial action in addressing Plaintiff’s complaints about Anderson and coworkers.”
Garcia v. Garland Ind. Sch. Dist., No 3:11-cv-502-N-BK, 2013 WL 5299264 at *8 (N.D. Tex Sept. 20, 2013) (Godbey, J.).