Thursday, September 10, 2009

One Claim Survives

The District of Columbia Court of Appeals affirmed "in large part" the grant of summary judgment against a former programmer/analyst for Covington & Burling who sued for failure to reasonably accommodate her medical condition, hostile work environment, and termination in alleged violation of the D.C. Human Rights Act. The court found the hostile work environment claims to be time-barred but concluded that the reasonable accommodation claim remained viable. The former employee suffered from Crohn's disease. (Mike Frisch)

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