Legal Alert: Supreme Court Rules on "Me Too" Evidence of Discrimination

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The U.S. Supreme Court has held that testimony by non parties to a lawsuit claiming they were subject to discrimination by individuals other than those accused in the lawsuit is neither per se admissible nor per se inadmissible. See Sprint/United Management Co. v. Mendelsohn (February 26, 2008). In Sprint, the Court held that the relevance and prejudice of this evidence must be determined in the context of the facts and arguments in a particular case.

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