During argument in a closely watched employment case against Sprint, the Supreme Court justices on Monday seemed reluctant to find that a district court must admit so-called "me, too" evidence in an age discrimination case. In particular, several of the justices questioned a federal circuit court's authority to second-guess a trial court's evidentiary decisions, and expressed concern that allowing testimony regarding alleged discrimination against other employees would create confusion and prolong trials.
Supreme Court Argument Report: Justices Consider 'Me, Too' Discrimination Evidence
December 4, 2007
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