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Employment Discrimination – Disability – Perception – Dyslexic Dispatcher (access required)

A 9-1-1 dispatcher who alleges she was subjected to a campaign of harassment after she revealed that she had dyslexia, until she resigned, cannot sue her former employer for disability discrimination because she has not alleged that her employer perceived her as disabled, a Danville U.S. District Court says. This is a perception case. Plaintiff ...

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