Having the original email messages and other electronic and dated documents from the time that show that they have obviously lied
Obvious to you, maybe. But until you get into court and prove it, that's all it is.
seems surly to be detrimental to the accused employer.
Could very well be. As soon as you prove it in court.
And the upcoming depositions will solidify that.
They might or might not solidify that.
I know that you are here to defend the employer viewpoint,
How do you know that? Are you telepathic?
Or is that just a knee jerk reaction to not reading what you want to see? If you wanted to be told that everything will work out just the way you think it will, you came to the wrong place.
provide a reponse that is unbiased.
It was unbiased. And it was based on my own experiences with large, complex lawsuits and court. And you apparently have no such experience, yet.
This documenation is indisputable,
A common mistake.
All documentation is disputable.
If you don't buy what we are telling you here, I suggest you visit the courthouse and sit in on some trials between now and the time that yours comes up. It'll open your eyes to how things work.