The Plaintiff “was informed that . . . his contract would not be renewed.” Lawson v. Hinds County School Dist., 2014 WL 373199 *1 (S.D. Miss. Feb. 3, 2014) (Jordan, J.). The court notes that “an employee can prove constructive discharge with evidence that she was given an ultimatum requiring her to choose between resignation and termination. Faruki v. Parsons S.I.P., Inc., 123 F.3d 315, 319 (5th Cir. 1997).” Id. at *3. The court found the supervisor’s act of informing Plaintiff that his contract would not be renewed was evidence of an ultimatum: “Lawson was allegedly given the ultimatum to resign or face non-renewal.”
Lawson v. Hinds County School Dist., 2014 WL 373199, at *4 (S.D. Miss. Feb. 3, 2014) (Jordan, J.).