In another recent decision, a California appellate court reversed a jury verdict finding the County of Los Angeles ("County") intentionally discriminated against County police officers based on race. In Frank v. County of Los Angeles, a class of minority officers of the County police asserted race discrimination claims against the County, relying heavily on expert testimony that the predominantly-Caucasian sheriff's department was better paid than the predominantly-non-Caucasian County police. In rejecting the verdict, the court emphasized that statistical evidence, alone, is not enough to establish intentional discrimination. The plaintiffs were required–but failed–to produce additional evidence of intent to discriminate based on race.