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Hales v. Casey’s Marketing Company

Customer aggravates Burlington, Iowa convenience store worker, a young woman, with suggestive commentary. She takes a smoke break to evade him; he follows her outside and continues to aggravate. She waves her cigarette at him to back him off; instead, he steps into it. He says she burned him intentionally. She’s fired. Eighth Circuit: She can’t sue the store.


Tags: 2018, Eighth Circuit, Evidence, Title VII

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