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Depression Didn’t Cause Termination (access required)

The Norfolk U.S. District Court says employer is entitled to summary judgment even if pro se employee had provided the affidavits or sworn statements required by Rule 56(c):  employee’s submissions fail to show any material factual dispute regarding the competency issues that caused his termination. After misrepresenting on his application that he had 17 years rather ...

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