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After-Acquired Evidence Can Be Used To Defend Discriminatory Firing Case

Where an employer fired an employee before learning that the employee had falsified his employment application, the after-acquired evidence could bar any recovery by the employee on his claim for discriminatory discharge, the Eighth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals has ruled. But the district court should not have granted summary judgment for the ...
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