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Employment Discrimination – Disability – Mental Illness – Bipolar Disorder (access required)

Although plaintiff, a former software salesman, alleges he suffers from bipolar disorder, he has failed to properly allege that this impairment substantially limits him in a major life activity, and an Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses his employment discrimination suit under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Plaintiff specifically alleges that due to his regular medication and ...

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