Blanch v. Hexagon US Federal Inc.

A plaintiff suffering from diabetes, colon cancer, vision problems, hearing difficulties, kidney failure, and amputated appendages failed to present evidence from which a jury could reasonably conclude that the defendant terminated the plaintiff’s employment for discriminatory reasons. The employer claimed that it terminated his employment because an audit of the IT systems he managed revealed severe and extensive vulnerabilities.

Motion for summary judgment granted.

Blanch v. Hexagon US Federal Inc., No. 1:17cv613, Oct. 16, 2018. EDVA at Alexandria (Ellis).

Categories: Opinions, U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Virginia

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