Hello, The new complaint must state sufficient facts to demonstrate: (1) jurisdiction of the federal court
; (2) the elements of at least one viable cause of action. Example: 1. Plaintiff alleges that he was an employee
of Defendant ABC corporation on [date]. 2. On [date], Plaintiff filed a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). 3. Plaintiff alleged in the EEOC charge, and he realleges herein, that on [date]. Defendant's supervisor, ***** *****, told Plaintiff that unless Plaintiff would have sex with Defendant, that Plaintiff would be terminated from employment with Plaintiff's employment. Plaintiff alleges that the date of Defendant's threat was within 180 days of the date that Plaintiff filed his EEOC charge against Plaintiff. 4. Plaintiff alleges that Defendant employer employs at least 15 employees, and that employer paid wages to Plaintiff while Plaintiff worked for Defendant employer within the State of Montana, County of [county]. WHEREFORE, Plaintiff prays for damages against Defendant in the amount of $300,000, plus lost wages and benefits, attorney's fees, costs of suit and such other relief as the court deems just. Respectfully ***** ***** Okay, without getting into the details, the simple complaint above makes out a complaint for sexual harassment
. It provides all of the necessary factors to make out a claim for which relief may be granted. Therefore, the complaint satisfies the requirements of Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6). That's what you need to do, for each and every claim that you make in your U.S. District Court
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