“Plaintiff states during her employment she was paid less than her male counterparts with equal or less experience. She cites three examples: (1) an unidentified male employee, who worked at the vision center for a month longer than her, told her that he made two dollars more per hour; (2) an unidentified male employee made four dollars more per hour when he was in the manager training program; and (3) after she became a salaried employee a male employee named Chris, whose last name is unknown, was making six thousand more than her.” Carasha Isaac v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., 2016 WL 1660216, *4 (E.D. LA April 27, 2016). “Based on the above case law, the Plaintiff has sufficiently plead facts to inform the Defendant of the claims she intends to pursue.” Id.


Carasha Isaac v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., 2016 WL 1660216 (E.D. LA April 27, 2016).

Judge: Karen Wells Roby