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Labor & Employment – Forced Retirement Claim – Time Record Discrepancies — Contract – Employee Handbook (access required)

Lord v. Kimberly-Clark Corp. Even if plaintiff’s supervisor was significantly involved in the investigation resulting in plaintiff’s termination, no reasonable jury could find that plaintiff’s employment was terminated in retaliation for his prior complaint against his supervisor. Even though the supervisor’s superior, Nathan Gallaher, was aware of a “rift” between plaintiff and his supervisor, plaintiff has advanced no plausible reason why this would cause Mr. Gallaher to fabricate a pretextual case for terminating plaintiff’s employment.

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