When an employer points out actual performance problems, it’s probably not a pretext for discrimination

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I’ve seen my share of lawsuits in which plaintiffs use discrimination as an excuse for the performance issues that led to their termination of employment. Although. I have yet to meet a plaintiff-employee whom the defendant-employment can convince to dismiss his discrimination lawsuit because there was no discrimination to begin with.

This seems like a lawsuit that should have been dropped sooner.

The plaintiff had been an anesthetist since 1976 and began working for the defendant, a hospital, in 2014. He has multiple disabilities. First, he acknowledges using a walker due to knee pain while working at the hospital. Second,

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