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Engineer Fired for Coworker Complaints (access required)

A female engineer who alleges she was fired after she complained that a supervisor was “touchy-feely,” had touched her thigh and made an “inappropriate hand gesture” cannot pursue her Title VII claim for retaliation in light of evidence that she was confrontational and uncooperative and could not get along with coworkers from the date of ...

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