8th Circ. Finds Dassault Worker Lacks Status For Bias Claims
Law360 (July 3, 2018, 8:10 PM EDT) -- Dassault Falcon Jet Corp. again escaped accusations of age and disability discrimination Tuesday, after an Eighth Circuit panel affirmed that a former employee was physically unable to do his job, even with accommodations, and couldn’t claim his firing was discriminatory.
The panel upheld U.S. District Judge James M. Moody Jr.’s summary judgment finding in favor of the aircraft company, which ended Gerald Moses’ suit alleging he suffered age and disability discrimination when he was bullied on the job and eventually fired. The panel found Moses’ evidence of hostile work environment — including negative comments and a false accusation he’d been drinking...
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