Pena v. First State Bank of Odem

Full title: CYNTHIA PENA, Plaintiff, v. FIRST STATE BANK OF ODEM, Defendant.

Court: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS CORPUS CHRISTI DIVISION

CIVIL ACTION NO. 2:18-CV-426

Date published: Sep 3, 2019

Fact: 

Before the Court is Defendant Bank’s motion for summary judgment. D.E. 18. The Bank seeks dismissal of all claims for failure to demonstrate a prima facie case and failure to raise a disputed issue of material fact on pretext. D.E. 18. The Bank also asserts that the religious discrimination claims are barred by limitations. Pena filed her response objecting to the Bank’s evidence and disagreeing with its factual analysis. D.E. 21. The Bank filed a reply and a subsequent motion for leave to file that reply in excess of the page limits. D.E. 22, 23. The Court GRANTS the motion for leave (D.E. 23) and considers the reply in its entirety. For the reasons set out below, the Court GRANTS the motion for summary judgment (D.E. 18) and DISMISSES this action. 

Issue:

CONCLUSION:

For the reasons set out above, the Court GRANTS the Bank’s motion for summary judgment (D.E. 18) and DISMISSES this action WITH PREJUDICE in its entirety.

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