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Was Termination Due to Retaliation or Poor Performance?

Summary:


The defense desired a single exhibit to show that whatever workplace
issues she suffered during her first year were not because she complained
about harassment, but because she could not get along with coworkers or
other physicians. The exhibit captures a chronological sequence of clashes
with her peers and supervisors as she rotated through various services.

The plaintiff was a medical intern who allegedly suffered an incident of sexual harassment in her first week in rotation. The plaintiff asserted that the incident plagued her throughout her year, poisoned her relationship with her coworkers, and ultimately doomed her career as a doctor.


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