Indirect link between worker's FMLA leave, firing doesn't support interference claim
A Utah county benefits administrator fired while on medical leave can't proceed with a Family and Medical Leave Act interference claim because the county showed that the termination wasn't related to the exercise of her FMLA rights, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit ruled July 25.
By Jay-Anne B. Casuga|August 07, 2014
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