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Unfortunately for the plaintiff, a federal judge disagreed.
The plaintiff began her employment with the defendant as corporate counsel. After a few years of positive performance reviews and raises, the plaintiff was promoted to Acting General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer on a 12-month trial basis.
The trial did not go well.
Among other things, the former General Counsel, who had since been promoted to President, indicated that the plaintiff needed to “stop being defensive,” learn to say “yes” or “I agree,” “listen more” and “talk less,” and be less “sloppy.” Two months later, a legal assistant accused
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