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Employment Discrimination – Title VII – Race – Gender – Police Employee (access required)

A 53-year-old white male who was responsible for ethics investigations in the City of Wilmington, N.C. police department has no Title VII claim for race and gender discrimination based on his complaint that he was disciplined because his employer was attempting to cover up the employer’s own wrongdoing, the 4th Circuit holds. Plaintiff’s claim founders on ...

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