This case involves a plaintiff who applied to operate a business out of a property owned and operated by the defendant state county. The county denied the plaintiff her business permit forcing the plaintiff to bring a formal complaint against the county for unlawful discrimination. The complaint resulted in the suspension of pertinent grants to the county for its discriminatory practices. The county then allowed the plaintiff to apply for a permit but imposed an impossible insurance requirement. Because of these hurdles, the plaintiff was forced to abandon her business due to the loss of significant profits over several years. An expert in finance and forensic accounting was sought to calculate the plaintiff’s lost revenues and profits.