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No Damages Allowed for ADA Retaliation Claim (access required)

A hospital radiology technologist who took periodic FMLA leave for her Crohn’s Disease, who alleges she was denied reasonable accommodations of working eight-hour, instead of 12-hour shifts, and being allowed to eat snacks periodically, is not entitled to a jury ...

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‘Wake Me Up’ Accommodation Claim Advances (access required)

A manufacturing engineer for a lighting company, who suffered from sleep deprivation resulting from his fibromyalgia, has stated a claim for disability discrimination claim alleging employer fired him after he requested an accommodation that would allow him to be awakened ...

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‘Hostile Environment’ Claim Raises Supervisor Issue (access required)

A 50-year-old female ballistics technician at an army ammunition plant cannot try her claims for sex and age discrimination and retaliation, as employer has demonstrated that its decision to transfer her came after its investigation of numerous complaints against her ...

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Court sanctions put doctor’s insurance coverage at risk (access required)

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A doctor hamstrung by court penalties in a medical malpractice case now has another problem. With trial set later this month, his medical malpractice insurance company is asking a judge to allow it to walk away from the case, leaving ...

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No Job Analysis Is ERISA ‘Abuse of Discretion’ (access required)

A 319-page administrative record that makes no mention of an ERISA claimant’s “actual duties” as a “documentation assistant” means defendant Anthem Life Insurance abused its discretion in denying plaintiff’s ERISA claim for long-term disability and the Roanoke U.S. District Court ...

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