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Present Your Evidence Without Technology

Law360 (November 7, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- You’re representing a plaintiff, Jane, in a discrimination case.

As is frequently found in many discrimination complaints, the record concerning the quality of the worker’s efforts is clearly favorable until there’s a sudden change in supervisors.

One of your best pieces of evidence is a time line you’ve constructed showing a continuously high level of satisfaction during performance reviews for the several years preceding the appointment of new supervisor. The time line shows a sudden drop in Jane’s performance review rating to unsatisfactory that coincides with...
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