The appellant challenges a take-nothing judgment in his termination suit against Hidalgo county, his former employer. To constitute an adverse employment action, post-termination conduct must have a tangible adverse effect on the terms and conditions of the plaintiff's current or prospective employment. Potential delay in the resolution of the claim, alone, is not a tangible adverse effect on the terms of current or future employment. The trial court's judgment is affirmed. Corpus Christi Court of Appeals, No. 13-11-00245-CV, 11-01-2012.
Cantu v. Hidalgo County
Tex. App. Dist. 13
November 5, 2012
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