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Eleventh Circuit Rules That Employer's Absence of Knowledge Causes Employee's Claims of FMLA Retaliation and Interference and ERISA Inteference to Fail
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[Guidance Overview]
Apr. 7, 2010
Excerpt: In Krutzig v. Pulte Home Corporation, No. 09-12512 (11th Circuit 2010), the plaintiff had been terminated from employment with her employer, the defendant, and had claimed that the termination was an act of retaliation and interference with her rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act ('FMLA') to take FMLA leave, and an act of interference with her request under ERISA for short-term disability benefits. The district court had entered summary judgment on those claims in favor of the defendant.

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