4th Circuit: Pretext for bias must be pleaded not presumed

A fired customer service agent’s discrimination lawsuit against a Bethesda high-tech security products company might have been headed to trial if the black employee had sufficiently alleged that a supervisor’s belated Google search of a past gun incident was a mere cover story for his racially motivated termination. Instead, a divided federal appeals court ruled this ...

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