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Terry Handelson had a "right to sue" letter and filed a lawsuit setting forth the following facts: There was a job posted for which Handelson was highly qualified

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Terry Handelson had a "right to sue" letter and filed a lawsuit setting forth the following facts:

There was a job posted for which Handelson was highly qualified. In fact the ad said that there were two identical openings available. Handelson applied for the jobs exactly as the advertisement required including information as to how Handelson possessed the required qualifications. Handelson was awarded an interview, and was told by the manager on the way out that the interview had gone very well. Handelson, however, did not get the first job as it went to someone who, while minimally qualified, was less qualified than Handelson. The potential employer is continuing to look for someone to fill the remaining opening.

The potential employer did not give any reason for not hiring Handelson, but petitioned the court for summary judgment. Based only on the facts as stated and making no assumptions about anything not stated, will summary judgment be granted to the potential employer? Yes (True) or no (False)?

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