A US District Court Judge late last month dismissed a wrongful-termination suit brought against Affymetrix by a former employee, agreeing with the company that it did not violate the former staffer’s civil rights when he was fired in May 2005.
 
Judge Reginald Lindsay of the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts dismissed the case Nov. 20, 20 months after it was filed. Affy filed a motion in June 2006 seeking either a summary judgment or a dismissal.
 

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