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A company fired one of its employees just ten days after learning about his disability. Although the proximity between the two doesn’t confirm that the employee’s disability motivated the employer’s decision, some other vital factors led a federal appellate court to overrule a lower court’s decision in favor of the employer, thus setting the stage for a jury trial on the plaintiff’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) claims.
I’ll explain why.
On November 16, 2019, the plaintiff suffered a seizure, leaving him unable to drive for six months. After he told the company, he received an accommodation, which appeared
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