We obtained summary judgment for a home improvement retailer in a multi-claim case filed by a former employee. The employee claimed various causes of action, including religious discrimination, failure to promote, FMLA interference, discriminatory discharge, and retaliatory discharge. The court found that the plaintiff had failed to present sufficient evidence to raise a jury trial. This ruling was affirmed by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Obtained Summary Judgment in Multi-Claim Case for Home Improvement Retailer
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