Elsewhere in the Courts: Sexual Discrimination

A federal appeals court has ruled that the only male on a team of female respiratory therapists was not discriminated against when he was fired. The court found that the plaintiff was properly fired for wrongdoing—accessing inappropriate Web sites from a work computer he shared with other employees—and that computer records clearly showed that he was the culprit. (Farr v. St. Francis Hospital, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, No. 08-3203, 2009)



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