No Mulligan For Salt Lake City Golf Pro's Race Bias Suit

Law360 (May 20, 2019, 8:05 PM EDT) -- The Tenth Circuit on Monday declined to revive a black Salt Lake City golf course worker's claims he was refused a promotion because of his race, dismissing concerns about negative feedback a selection panelist — the accuser's ex-boss — had compiled in case he "play[ed] the race card."

The panel called Lynn Landgren's race-based dossier on bias accuser Quentin Sasser "troubling," along with Salt Lake City Golf Director David Terry’s decision to contact two white job applicants whose resumes weren't uploaded to the city's job portal, but not Sasser. However, the panel judges said it mitigated their qualms that Landgren and...

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