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No evidence that HR investigation was pretextual (access required)

Where an employee terminated for cursing, insubordination and threats alleged his firing was actually unlawful retaliation, the investigation into his conduct was not “obviously inadequate” and there was no evidence it was pretext. Background Tremayne A. Powell appeals from the district court’s order granting summary judgment to Biscuitville in Powell’s employment discrimination suit alleging retaliation. The district ...