after-acquired evidence

after-acquired evidence (AE) ≈ Beweise, die nach der Entlassung des Arbeitnehmers entdeckt werden und bei Kenntnis zum Zeitpunkt der Entlassung diese hätten rechtmäßig und berechtigt sein lassen

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