Evidence that a manager who claimed at the time that there was a reduction in force later admitted that that was false, that afterward significantly younger workers handled some of the discharged worker's assignments, and that the discharged worker's disability was highly visible, can be sufficient to allege discrimination.
Fratturo v. Gartner Inc.
U.S. District Court
January 28, 2013
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