Law360 (September 20, 2018, 5:30 PM EDT) -- A federal judge in Texas has trimmed a race discrimination lawsuit brought by staffing agency White Glove Staffing Inc. against Methodist Hospitals of Dallas, finding that three of the African-American employees alleging discrimination failed to show they were “similarly situated” to the lead plaintiff.
In an order issued Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade granted the hospital's bid for summary judgment on all claims brought by White Glove staffers Lindey Dancey, Lea Reed and Kamario Simpson. That leaves only the claims brought by Carolyn Clay, who filed suit in May 2017, alleging Methodist told White Glove it preferred Hispanic employees and...
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