Allegations that a worker requested leave to care for his wife after surgery, that he was not offered Family and Medical Leave Act leave, and that he was discharged for taking FMLA-qualifying leave, may be sufficient to allege an FMLA retaliation claim.
McNamara v. Trinity College
U.S. District Court
January 21, 2013
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