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No Retaliation Claim for ‘False Report’ Firing (access required)

The 4th Circuit upholds summary judgment for an employer who fired a restaurant manager for reporting a coworker’s complaint of sexual harassment, which the employer determined after investigation was fabricated; filing a false report is not protected activity under Title VII and the manager could not recover on her retaliation claim. When terminated the manager did ...