Court rules against employer's 'contradictory' arguments.

  • Published 1998 in AIDS policy & law


[Name removed], Inc. recently lost its request to dismiss a lawsuit filed by an ex-employee. Judge John Koeltl stated that [name removed] presented contradictory arguments that made it necessary for him to reject their request for summary judgement. Also, the court found that although the plaintiff may be impaired as defined by Social Security guidelines, he still might have been capable of performing his job requirements, if the employer had been willing to make some accommodations. The judge also refused to dismiss the plaintiff's allegations of a hostile work environment.

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@article{1998CourtRA, title={Court rules against employer's 'contradictory' arguments.}, author={}, journal={AIDS policy & law}, year={1998}, volume={13 17}, pages={4-5} }