upgraded her position from Librarian (TA-12) to Training Assistant (TA-14); and (4) had consistently given her within-grade step increases and favorable evaluations.
Although the plaintiff fails on her retaliation claim, she has succeeded in proving by a preponderance of the evidence that WMATA's proffered legitimate, nondiscriminatory reasons for selecting two males for the 1984 CDS vacancies instead of promoting her actually were mere pretexts for intentional sex discrimination in violation of Title VII. Having established WMATA's liability for discrimination in 1984, the plaintiff is entitled to complete relief: (1) a promotion to TA-18 retroactive to June 11, 1984, see Pl. Exh. 6, and to the next CDS opening, with full back pay and all step increases and other accumulated benefits that she would have received; (2) prejudgment interest on her back pay, see Loeffler v. Frank, 486 U.S. 549, 100 L. Ed. 2d 549, 108 S. Ct. 1965 (1988); and (3) attorneys' fees and costs. As per their representations made at trial, counsel for the plaintiff and for WMATA shall confer to calculate and agree upon the precise amount to which the plaintiff is entitled consistent with the Court's rulings.
The Court will issue an Order of even date herewith in accordance with the foregoing Opinion.
ORDER - August 31, 1990, Filed
In accordance with the Court's Opinion of even date herewith, it is, by the Court, this 30th day of August, 1990,
ORDERED that final judgment in the above-captioned case shall be, and hereby is, entered for the plaintiff on her discrimination claim; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that the defendant shall promote the plaintiff to the grade of TA-18 retroactive to June 11, 1984 and shall select her for the next Curriculum Development Specialist position that becomes available; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that counsel for both parties shall confer to calculate and agree upon the precise amount of back pay (including step increases and any other accumulated benefits that the plaintiff would have received if she had been promoted in 1984), prejudgment interest on her back pay, and attorneys' fees and costs to which the plaintiff is entitled consistent with the Court's Opinion and Order and, within forty-five (45) days of the date of this Order, counsel shall jointly inform the Court in writing of the result of their calculations; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that final judgment shall be, and hereby is, entered for the defendant on the plaintiff's retaliation claim; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that, in view of the foregoing, this case stands DISMISSED from the Court's docket; however, the Court will retain jurisdiction for the limited purpose of awarding attorneys' fees and costs, if any, and calculating the precise amount of the plaintiff's award should the parties be unable to agree thereon as ordered herein.