Tina M. Brown v. HCF of Shawnee, C.A., No. 3:07-CV-8148 (N.D. Oh. August 5, 2008)

Defense counsel for HCF Shawnee, an Ohio managed care facility providing care for disabled and elderly patients, in a case in which a former employee alleged unlawful retaliation under the Family Medical Leave Act, 29 U.S.C § 206 et seq.

The court granted defendant’s motion for summary judgment because the plaintiff failed, as a matter of law, to show (i) that her employer knew that she was exercising her rights under FMLA activity and the adverse employment action; and/or (iii) that her employer’s valid, nondiscriminatory reason for termination was pretext.

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