Judge Cut 'Four Corners Rule' In Axing ADA Case, Court Says

By Gina Kim (October 7, 2022, 7:48 PM EDT) -- A Florida appeals court has revived a former L3 Communications employee's discrimination claims, finding the trial court erred when it "circumvented the four corners rule by straying from the complaint, resolving factual issues that were not before it," and relying on a discrimination charge that wasn't attached to the complaint....

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