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A little over five years ago, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued an employer for disability discrimination. It claimed that the company, which temporarily granted a request to allow an employee with night blindness to work an earlier shift to avoid an evening commute, should have agreed to extend the accommodation. Its failure to do so violated the Americans with Disabilities Act, the EEOC alleged.
The district court granted the employer’s motion for summary judgment. It concluded that the employer had no obligation to accommodate the employee’s commute because his disability did not affect his ability to perform
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