Gray Hair Remarks Don't Prove Age Bias, Judge Rules

Law360, New York (June 20, 2012, 4:14 PM EDT) -- A former title insurer employee's allegations that she was fired because she wouldn't dye her gray hair were too incidental to show age discrimination because she was also rude to customers and refused to do her work, a Texas federal judge has ruled.

U.S. District Judge Gray H. Miller said that there was "overwhelming evidence" that Capital Title of Texas LLC fired former branch manager Sandra Rawline for legitimate reasons, including being rude to customers and showing up late to work.

"The court finds absolutely no...
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Case Title

Rawline v. Capital Title of Texas, LLC


Case Number

4:11-cv-02379

Court

Texas Southern

Nature of Suit

442(Civil Rights: Jobs)

Judge

Judge Gray H. Miller

Date Filed

June 23, 2011

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