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‘False Records’ Firing Not Pretext for Age Bias (access required)

A female 52-year-old manager of a storage facility loses her age discrimination suit because she did not show her termination for alleged falsification of time and mileage records regarding trips to the bank was a pretext for age discrimination; on this referred case, the Norfolk U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge grants summary judgment for employer. With ...

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