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They were so bad that a federal judge applied a rarely-used rule of civil procedure to consider summary judgment on its own after identifying for the parties material facts that may not be genuinely in dispute.
Boy, that was about as witty as Groundskeeper Willie’s standup routine at Springfield Elementary.
(Note to self: take after the Clown.)
Early last month, the court determined that no reasonable jury would conclude that the 62-year-old plaintiff could prevail on his claims of age discrimination because another 62-year-old man took over his job duties.
Naturally, the court remained skeptical about the viability of the