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Labor & Employment – Civil Rights – Sex Discrimination Claim – Title VII – Independent Contractor (access required)

Laredo v. CRST Malone, Inc. Where, if defendants had hired plaintiff, she would have been an independent contractor, plaintiff does not have a failure-to-hire claim under Title VII. Defendants’ motion for summary judgment is granted as to plaintiff’s Title VII claim. Plaintiff’s state-law emotional distress claim is dismissed without prejudice. Whether a party was or would have been an independent contractor is a question of law.

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