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Indefinite light duty not an accommodation (access required)

Where the former University of North Carolina employee suggested her disability could be accommodated by indefinite leave or indefinite light duty, but neither is a “reasonable accommodation” under the Rehabilitation Act, the university prevailed on this claim. Background Annie Boone appeals the district court’s order granting summary judgment to the Board of Governors for the University of ...