Discrimination ~ Retaliation

Greer v. City of Witchita (10th Cir., December 3, 2019) (reversing summary judgment in defendants’ favor on Greer’s claims under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act: the factfinder could reasonably infer that military status motivated denial of interview, and that Greer would have obtained interview had she not been military)


*Scalia v. Paragon Contractors Corporation (10th Cir., December 6, 2019) (affirming order holding Paragon in contempt for employing minors under conditions constituting child labor and sanctioning Paragon for back wages)

Workers Compensation ~ Occupational Safety and Disease

*Sumler v. University of Colorado Hospital Authority (10th Cir., December 6, 2019) (affirming summary judgment in favor of the Hospital on Sumler’s claims for improper medical examination and discrimination: Sumler did not present evidence of ability to satisfy essential functions of the sonography job she sought)

*Cases marked with an asterisk are not binding precedent, except under the doctrines of law of the case, res judicata, and collateral estoppel.