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If, like me, you deal with HR compliance and employment law issues regularly, you’ve yelled the title of this blog post at others.
(And if you don’t deal with HR compliance and employment law issues regularly, dude, WTH are you doing here?)
I thought of this last night as I read this Sixth Circuit decision. The facts are a bit more elaborate, but the short of it is that the defendant says it responded to complaints from the plaintiff’s subordinates. The plaintiff claimed it retaliated against her after she advocated for a disabled employee.
When a terminated plaintiff claims