Last week, the District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana denied, in part, the Board of Supervisors of the University of Louisiana System’s Motion for Summary judgment in a racially hostile work environment claim. The plaintiff, Kevin Knudsen, brought a reverse race discrimination claim arguing that the Board allowed his subordinate to “foster a racially hostile work environment.” The reverse race-discrimination claim presented an additional “unique factual twist” which “very few courts ever . . . faced,” how to deal with a claim of hostile work environment created by a subordinate. The case is available here.