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Employee did not prove Title VII violations (access required)

Where the plaintiff’s co-worker did not engage in similar conduct; the employer provided a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for alleged differing treatment; the employee did not demonstrate pretext for discrimination or retaliation and the employer responded to his complaints, the employer prevailed on claims of race discrimination, retaliation and hostile work environment. Background Claude V. Broome alleges that ...