“[Defendant] argues…that it had an Equal Employment Opportunity policy, the jury could have believed…that the policy was not followed. At trial, the jury heard evidence that in response to the EEOC’s request for information, [Defendant] produced affidavits stating that [Plaintiff] never complained…. The jury heard and saw evidence and testimony demonstrating that this was false. [Plaintiff] testified that he had complained…. The jury also heard [a project manager] testify that he was in a hurry when he signed an admittedly false affidavit stating he never used the terms ‘güero’ or ‘wuedo’ in regards to [Plaintiff].”
Rhines v. Salinas Const. Technologies, Ltd., 2014 WL 2872716, at *4 (5th Cir. June 25, 2014) (unpublished) (Davis, Barksdale, and Elrod, JJ.).