Federal Court Hearing Georgia Woman’s Retaliation Case Rules Partially in Her Favor, Partially in Employer’s Favor, on Motion to Dismiss

An Atlanta employment discrimination case can be complex, with multiple allegations and several different theories of recovery. For example, a worker may allege that he or she has been treated in a way that runs afoul of state or federal anti-discrimination laws. The employee may further allege a claim for retaliation if he or she reported the initial act of discrimination and, thereafter, was the victim of adverse employment action (such as being passed over for a promotion) as a result. Facts of the Case In a recent case under consideration by the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia, Dublin Division, the plaintiff was a woman who sought legal redress against an agency of the federal government for alleged employment discrimination. In 2018, the defendant filed a motion to dismiss the plaintiff’s claims, and the court determined that the plaintiff had failed to exhaust her administrative remedies with respect to her claims charging the…

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