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Labor & Employment – FMLA – Interference Claim — Call-in Requirement – Diminished Authority – No Raise (access required)

Chauncey v. Life Cycle Engineering, Inc Defendants assert that, while plaintiff was out on medical leave, defendant Walls asked her to send weekly email updates because Walls wanted to reduce the number of emails plaintiff was sending. Regardless of Walls’ intentions, no reasonable jury could find that Walls asking plaintiff to do something she was already doing regularly would interfere with her leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act.

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