Employment Law

Student Replacing Teacher Does Not Violate Title VII

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In a case that may remind old film buffs of the plot of All About Eve, in the recent case of Glover-Daniels v. 1526 Lombard Street SNF Operations, No. 2-11-cv-5519 (E.D. Pa. July 16, 2012), the student replaced the teacher. But in the 2012 employment law version, the teacher is not a Broadway star but the human resources manager for a nursing home and, when she is replaced by her "student," rather than seek other theater roles she sues for discrimination.

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