Consumer Law

Court Dismisses Bias Lawsuit Over COVID-19 Filed by a Former Princeton Employee

Last week the U.S. District Court of NJ ruled against a former Princeton University employee who filed a religious discrimination lawsuit over COVID-19 policies.

In August last year, Princeton University was hit by a religious discrimination lawsuit by former employee Kate McKinley who alleged that the institution denied her religious exemption from COVID-19 testing, contact tracing and mask mandates.

McKinley, who worked as a budget analyst, said she faced “discriminatory treatment and harassment” at the workplace due to her religion and was fired for objecting to COVID-19 mitigation policies set by the University.

Read the source article at Patch

Back to top button