4 Takeaways From Failed Wrongful Termination Claims

Law360 (May 8, 2018, 1:28 PM EDT) -- Agreeing with the district court's assessment that "resume misrepresentations by a senior human resources professional represent an infraction so egregious as to defy correction by mere counseling or other lesser discipline," the Sixth Circuit on April 23, 2018, rejected an appeal from a summary judgment order on claims of pregnancy, race and age discrimination and retaliation in Bailey v. Oakwood Healthcare Inc.

Michelle Bailey, a 40-year-old African-American woman, was fired from her position as a senior staffing professional at Oakwood Healthcare on the day she returned from a three-month maternity leave. During her maternity leave, her supervisor had identified deficiencies in...

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