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‘Information and belief’ allegation survives dismissal (access required)

Where a former employee alleged, upon information and belief, that his age contributed to his termination, and his information and belief was based upon his own personal knowledge and an alleged conversation with another employee, that was sufficient to plead ...

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Inapt comparator dooms discrimination claim (access required)

Where the former employee alleged that his race was the reason why he was terminated for taking sick leave while another employee was not, but there were no allegations that his comparator’s health issues stemmed from COVID-19, the comparator’s instances ...

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