EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION; DEFENSES – Lack of Knowledge of Protected Activity
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505.12000 – Lack of Knowledge of Protected Activity
University did not lay off employee in retaliation for union activities. While decision maker had knowledge of employee’s union activities, union animus held by employee’s supervisors is not imputed to decision maker, and layoff decision was not so economically indefensible that it must have been the product of unlawful motivation.