CSX Aims To Dump Train Manager's Medical Leave Suit
Law360 (May 17, 2019, 6:27 PM EDT) -- CSX Transportation Inc. asked a Florida federal judge Friday to dump a suit from a train manager alleging his position was wrongfully eliminated while he was out on disability leave, insisting the manager wasn’t singled out.
The railroad giant filed a motion for summary judgment seeking to snuff Paul E. Young's Family and Medical Leave Act lawsuit, maintaining that his position was eliminated as part of company-wide layoffs that cut approximately 1,000 management positions.
CSX said it told Young in early March 2017 that his “manager unit train expediter” position would be eliminated. At the time, Young had been out on...
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