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Alleged firing was sufficiently related to timely charge (access required)

Where the plaintiff timely filed an EEOC charge alleging ongoing retaliation, her termination months later was sufficiently related to that charge because it was the “predictable culmination of defendant’s retaliatory conduct.” Background On June 12, 2017, Sentara RMH Medical Center and Sentara Healthcare employed Ninoska G. Pinzon as a cook. Pinzon filed her first charge of discrimination ...