Originally published by Christopher McKinney.
In a discrimination or hostile environment case, statements made by co-workers and management indicating a discriminatory bias. However, the law has long held that if the remarks are few in number and not very severe, then they are deemed to be mere “stray remarks” and will not support a plaintiff employee’s claim. …In Eaglin, the Court provided the following description of the statements by the Plaintiffs’ supervisors that the Court accepted as true for the purposes of a summary judgment motion:
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals