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Evidence of Sexism Is Relevant in Hiring Case (access required)

Evidence of a supervisor's sexist comments made to a female employee is relevant to her failure-to-hire discrimination claim, a Lynchburg federal judge has ruled, in a case of apparent first impression. Before a jury rejected the woman's claim at trial, the judge granted the defendant's motion in limine to exclude the comments as irrelevant. After the trial, ...

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