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Sales Performance, Not Race Bias, Led to Discharge (access required)

A female African-American hotel sales director who consistently failed to meet sales goals and complained about her male Caucasian supervisor’s rude and condescending behavior has failed to show a hostile work environment or racial animus in her termination and the ...

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Inventor’s Shingle Design Not ‘Secret’ (access required)

An inventor cannot recover from defendant company for breach of a Nondisclosure Agreement, the Alexandria U.S. District Court says; Invention Notes from defendant’s employee show he invented the process for multiple adhesive points for a shingle for the company’s new ...

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