WASHINGTON - A jury in U.S. District Court here has ordered the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to pay $350,000 to an employee who claimed her supervisor retaliated after she had filed a sex discrimination complaint.

The FDIC's tab is expected to top $500,000 once attorney's fees, three years of back pay, and benefits are tacked on to the compensatory damages awarded by the jury.

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