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Unformatted text preview: Hearsay Handout No. 2 Consider a problem based on SPENCER v. BRISTOL-MEYERS SQUIBB COMPANY, 156 N.J. 455, 720 A.2d 601 (Dec. 8, 1998) This is an employment discrimination case. Spencer, the plaintiff, is an older Black woman. She is an employee at BMS. She interviews for a new position at BMS, a position in the marketing department. The interview is with Poon, Gentile, and Oaks, marketing employees at BMS. Gentile is director of marketing. Oaks is vice-president of marketing. (Poon is only a grunt.) After the interview, Spencer spoke with Walker, the director of human resources at BMS, and asked him how the interview went. Spencer does not get the job. Spencer sues; she beings a civil action against BRISTOL-MEYERS SQUIBB COMPANY ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2010 for the course LAW 7330 taught by Professor Lushing during the Fall '05 term at Yeshiva.
- Fall '05