Betz v. Chertoff, No. 08-3027
In a retaliation and employment discrimination action against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, district court did not err: 1) in finding that DHS did not discriminate against the plaintiff because of her age; 2) in finding that plaintiff was not constructively discharged as her working conditions were not objectively intolerable; and 3) in concluding that plaintiff's retaliation claims were time-barred as she was sufficiently familiar with the 45-day time requirement.
Submitted: June 11, 2009
Filed: August 28, 2009
Opinion by Arnold, Circuit Judge
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