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Employee Takes the Cake -- and Doesn't Get COBRA
Benefits Bryan Cave Link to more items from this source
June 10, 2014
"The employee alleged that she had been terminated because she was a woman, but the court disagreed finding no substantial evidence that the alleged basis for her termination was a pretext for gender discrimination.... Employers should be careful in trying to rely on gross misconduct as a basis for denying COBRA and consult counsel to make sure their basis is as solid as it can be in this relatively undeveloped area." [Mayes v. Winco Holdings, Inc., No. 4:12-CV-00307-EJL-CWD (D. Idaho Apr. 23, 2014)]

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