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Statements direct evidence of discriminatory motive (access required)

A man’s gender-based wrongful termination claim has survived summary judgment because the company CEO’s alleged role in his firing provided direct evidence of discriminatory motive. The plaintiff alleged that during his employer’s investigation of sexual harassment complaints against him, the CEO wrongfully influenced his termination by telling his manager it was easier and cheaper to fire ...