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Nurse required to work more than 12 hours despite restriction can take ADA claims to trial
In holding that a nurse with a 12-hour work restriction failed to show she was substantially limited in performing any major life activities, the district court “viewed this case through the...
Armstrong Teasdale equity partner, forced to retire at age 70, not an employee and so not covered by ADEA
The Armstrong Teasdale attorney argued that a provision in his firm’s partnership agreement that requires mandatory retirement at age 70 violated the ADEA. Guided by factors set out by the U.S...
Police sergeant’s full-time National Guard counterdrug duty covered by USERRA
The district court erred in interpreting USERRA as excluding the sergeant’s service, said the appeals court, reviving his claim that the department’s denial of compensation and benefits during his...