Many discrimination cases are focused on whether the employer’s supposed reasons for termination are sincere.  Few employers explain that they have fired so-and-so because of the employee’s race, color or whatever.  So, very often, cases are all about whether the employer’s articulated reasons for a firing or demotion are sincere.  And, caselaw or precedent holds

When President Clinton was still President and he was getting into some trouble about having lied in a deposition regarding alleged sex harassment, a former client called me.  He was upset.  He said Pres. Clinton is getting into so much trouble for lying in his deposition, but so-and-so manager lied in his deposition and did