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Discharge Prompted by Email Use, Not FMLA Leave (access required)

A hospital secretary who took FMLA leave for her migraine headaches cannot sue for retaliation after her discharge, as the hospital has demonstrated that she was terminated for her unauthorized use of her supervisor’s email; the Harrisonburg U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant hospital. Plaintiff continues to strongly assert that her supervisor had given ...

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