Livingston v. Nielsen

In an employment discrimination suit, evidence as to a particular comparator employee’s demotion as cited by the plaintiff will be excluded. The comparator had a different supervisor, experienced an adverse decision by a different decision-maker, was a career employee rather than a probationary one, and was not charged with performance deficiencies.

Defendant’s motion in limine granted.

Livingston v. Nielsen, No. 1:16cv1163, Oct. 24, 2018. EDVA at Alexandria (O’Grady).

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

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