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Hunter v. Rowan University, No. 07-2300 (3d Cir., November 12, 2008)

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Court Rejects Reverse Discrimination Claims Based on Speculative Evidence.

Ogletree Deakins • December 16, 2008
Plaintiff was employed by Rowan University as an administrative assistant for approximately five years but was transferred to a different department after she received successive unsatisfactory performance evaluations under a new Dean. Plaintiff was eventually terminated. Several months prior to the end of Plaintiff's tenure at the University, a Hispanic woman was hired for the administrative assistant position that Plaintiff previously held. Thereafter, Plaintiff filed several discrimination claims (including an allegation of reverse racial discrimination).