Courtesy of creationc

Employment cases are exceedingly difficult, with numerous deadlines and traps for the unwary. We see some of these traps in the case of Prewitt v. Continental Automotive, No. 12-CV-582 (W.D. Tex. 8/28/2014). In this case, Larry Prewitt alleged that he had been terminated due to several reasons: race discrimination

 A colleague tells me about a woman who works at a small manufacturing facility in the Houston area.  The facility employs many Hispanic workers who speak poor English with a heavy accent. The front office folks are Caucasian.  The workers on the floor are mostly Hispanic with a few recent immigrants from Mexico.