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Thursday, July 24, 2003

6th Cir Requires Discharge or Discipline for Religious Discrimination Case


Turning down an invitation to read the requirement that an employee must be prove he has been disciplined or discharged in order to make a prima facie case of religious discrimination, the court in Goldmeier v. Allstate Insurance(6th Cir. 7/24/03) upheld a summary judgment for Allstate because there had been no discharge or discipline. The Court also rejected that the employees had been constructively discharged when they quit 53 days before the policy they were complaining about went into effect.


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