ADA Claim Founders, Discharge Of Worker With “A History” Upheld
January 5, 2015
A post from Ogletree Deakins looks at a recent case out of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. This case doesn’t break new ground, says an Ogletree attorney, but it clearly articulates some long-standing doctrines. In Curley v. City of North Las Vegas, the court affirmed a judgement denying the ADA claim of an employee who had claimed that the reasons given for his being fired – including that he had threatened co-workers with violence and conducted personal business while at work – were a pretext. The employee is said to have been running an ADA consulting business.
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