SELLERS v. MINETA, 02-1425
In a Title VII case, a discharged employee's post-termination conduct is relevant in determining whether a front pay award is available and in determining the extent of any award. Employer bears the burden of proving that plaintiff's post-termination conduct precluded re-employment; remanded for further proceedings on this issue.
- Decided 02/24/2004
- Published 02/24/2004
HANSEN, Circuit Judge., Before LOKEN, Chief Judge, HANSEN and BYE, Circuit Judges.
United States Eighth Circuit
Charles W. Scarborough, argued, Washington, DC, for appellant.
Gregory A. Rich, argued, St. Louis, MO (Jerome J. Dobson, on the brief), for appellee.