Transgender Woman's Discrimination Case Fails on Appeal

, The Legal Intelligencer


A transgender engineer lost her appeal to the Third Circuit in a case alleging that her former employer's discrimination culminated in her 2008 firing from the job.

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  • Incredulous

    This looks like another example of the court "weighing" evidence that should have been weighed by a jury. It's shocking how bold federal courts have become in flouting Rule 56 in cases involving claims of discrimination.

    It's a national disgrace. How have they gotten away with it so long?

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