“The evidence shows that the [P]laintiff submitted a DOTD grievance form on May 24, 2011 regarding alleged improper conduct by [Supervisor] and then provided testimony to the EEOC on July 7, 2011 in connection with complaints filed by two subordinate employees…. Additionally, the evidence indicates that DOTD transferred the [P]laintiff to the Baton Rouge office on September 8, 2011. The time lapse between the initial grievance and the transfer to Baton Rouge—less than four months—provides the requisite causal connection necessary to make a prima facie showing.”
McKinney v. Louisiana, 2014 WL 2600216, at *4 (M.D. La. June 10, 2014) (Brady, J.).