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"Restaurant's Reason For Termination May Have Been Pretext"

Hospitality Law
August 1, 2011

Jeff Nowak authored the article, "Restaurant's Reason For Termination May Have Been Pretext," published in the August issue of Hospitality Law.  The article discusses a court decision that denied P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Inc. summary judgment after a former manager alleged he was terminated after he told a supervisor he had a brain tumor.  The supervisor claimed the manager was fired for improperly adjusting restaurant workers' hours.  Jeff also provides insight for employers on how to address allegations of misconduct or performance problems.