Gladysiewski v. Allegheny Energy, 2010 WL 3622446 (3d Cir., September 20, 2010) – The plaintiff in this case alleged that he was terminated in retaliation for filing an administrative complaint and a federal lawsuit alleging age discrimination. The termination occurred two years after the complaint was filed. The Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the plaintiff failed to demonstrate a causal link between the filing of his discrimination complaint and his subsequent firing. A period of two years, the court said, is “too long to constitute temporal proximit

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