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Employee fired for belligerent behavior, not race or religion (access required)

Where the record showed the plaintiff was fired for his repeated belligerence and insubordination in the workplace, and that his race or religion played no role in the decision to fire him, his employer prevailed on bias and retaliation claims. Background Randy Lighty’s amended complaint alleges that he was subjected to a hostile work environment based on ...