We won summary judgment in an FMLA interference/retaliation case for our client, a home improvement retailer. A former employee claimed that his termination soon after he indicated he would need back surgery violated the FMLA. The company explained that a disciplinary action was already “in the works” before the employee asked for leave and that the process, brought to its completion, resulted in his termination.
Defense of FMLA Interference/Retaliation Case for Home Improvement Retailer
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