The question in Sprint/United : Should courts hearing discrimination lawsuits consider evidence that other managers in the organization—beyond the one accused of discrimination—may have been biased against other employees? Plaintiffs’ attorneys love this kind of “me too” testimony, but several circuit courts have ruled it inadmissible. Co. v. Mendelsohn
In today’s unanimous decision, the court ruled that federal courts can’t block "me too" evidence without a fuller explanation than the one given by a judge in the Sprint case. The AP reports that this ruling “has left the door open f...(register to read more)
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