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Saturday, September 12, 2015

8th Circuit: Delay in workplace discipline supports pretext inference

Brown v. Diversified Distrib. Sys., LLC

The Eighth Circuit reversed in part: where an employer has known its stated reason for taking adverse action against an employee for an extended period of time, but only acts after the employee engages in protected activity, the employer's earlier inaction supports an inference of pretext.


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