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Paper company prevails on Title VII, pay claims (access required)

Where a plaintiff brought gender and race discrimination claims against International Paper Company alleging it subjected her to a hostile work environment that resulted in her constructive discharge, paid her unequally and retaliated against her, the record did not support ...

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Claims of employee who falsified documents dismissed (access required)

Where a water waste treatment plant employee was terminated after falsifying official documents by back-dating them, he could not sue for discrimination because he could not demonstrate that the reasons for his termination were pretextual. Background In 2006, Henry Sliwinski, ...

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Withdrawal of job offer based on obesity alone was not illegal (access required)

Where an employer withdrew a job offer based on the prospective employee’s high body mass index, or BMI, the employer did not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act. Background On April 16, 2018, Matthew Sturgill applied for a conductor position ...

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