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Case: Discrimination/Discharge (11th Cir.)

June 30, 2020, 4:14 PM

The Eleventh Circuit ruled that a former United Parcel Service Inc. delivery driver failed to show that the the company’s stated reason for firing him—lying about a botched delivery that caused the loss of $10,000 worth of medication in two packages that needed to be refrigerated— was a pretext for age bias, even though he was discharged two months before he would have been eligible for an increase in his pension payments. The driver didn’t challenge UPS’s evidence that he initially lied by denying that he left the packages at the door of the delivery location after hours, or that...

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