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CUSTODIAN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY CAN PROCEED WITH ADA CLAIMS Emory v. AstraZeneca Pharms.

19 No. 20 ANDECLR 11Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

CUSTODIAN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY CAN PROCEED WITH ADA CLAIMS Emory v. AstraZeneca Pharms.

19 No. 20 ANDECLR 11Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

19 No. 20 Andrews Del. Corp. Litig. Rep. 11
Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter
*1 April 11, 2005
3d Circuit Case Law (Employee Issues)
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CUSTODIAN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY CAN PROCEED WITH ADA CLAIMS

Emory v. AstraZeneca Pharms.

A custodian with cerebral palsy has persuaded a federal appeals court in Philadelphia to reverse summary judgment in favor of his employer, based on his argument that there was an issue of fact as to whether he was “disabled” as defined by the...
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