Riverview social worker who alleged retaliation settles lawsuit

In an interview in March 2018, Taghavidinani’s attorney, Dill, said: “We feel strongly that the jury will find that Jennifer was retaliated against for engaging in protective activity. We plan to put on evidence that as a result of her reporting these safety concerns and what she believed, she was locked out of the hospital for a couple months without a stitch to do. She was essentially banished and told not to talk to anybody. She had nothing to do and she was threatened with job termination.”

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