The cases and statutes related to Walker v. THI of New Mexico primarily involve issues of personal jurisdiction, Title VII liability, and the “integrated enterprise” theory. For those seeking the full text of the case, WALKER v. THI OF NEW MEXICO AT HOBBS CENTER.
Background of the Case
The case revolves around the plaintiff, employed as a Business Office Manager at THI of New Mexico at Hobbs Center, a nursing home in Hobbs, New Mexico. The plaintiff, an African American, alleged that she was subjected to racial discrimination during her employment and was wrongfully terminated because of her race. This case not only highlights issues of racial discrimination but also brings into question the corporate relationships and legal responsibilities within the THI of New Mexico’s corporate structure.