Former Flagler County Assistant Attorney Lisa Bosch resolved charges of gender discrimination and a hostile work environment with the county in an undisclosed settlement.
Bosch resigned in March 2008, saying conditions under County Attorney Al Hadeed had become intolerable and forced her to “announce a constructive discharge.” An outside investigator hired to look into the charges concluded they were unfounded.
Several months later, Bosch filed a discrimination charge with the Florida Commission on Human Relations and prepared to file suit.
County attorney Heather Owen recommended settling to contain costs. Neither side admitted wrongdoing.
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