Jurors awarded $200,000 to a white Internal Revenue Service employee who says a black supervisor retaliated against him after he complained of racial discrimination.

The federal jury on Thursday also rejected similar claims by two other white IRS managers.U.S. District Judge Robin Cauthron set a Sept. 10 date for a hearing to determine how much additional money in back pay and lost wages the IRS owes Gary Hoeffken, who was demoted from his supervisor's job. He also is entitled to attorney's fees.