USPS Gets Jury Win In Retirement Row Seen By High Court
Law360 (August 10, 2018, 5:59 PM EDT) -- A Colorado jury has cleared the U.S. Postal Service of an ex-postmaster’s allegations that the agency forced him into retirement because he had complained of racial discrimination, after the U.S. Supreme Court had revived the suit.
The Denver jury returned on Wednesday after roughly two hours of deliberations, following an eight-day trial, with a verdict in favor of the Postal Service and its postmaster general, rejecting plaintiff Marvin Green’s allegations that he had been forced to either resign or take a lesser position because he made the discrimination complaint.
The jury found that Green did not prove by a preponderance of...
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