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Reich v. Continental Casual. Co.

U.S.
Feb 21, 1995
513 U.S. 1152 (1995)

Summary

affirming grant of summary judgment to employer where former employee with ADA claim did not come forward with evidence of whether plaintiff would be restricted from performing a class of jobs

Summary of this case from Terrell v. Usair, Inc.

Opinion

No. 94-1094.

February 21, 1995, October TERM, 1994.


C.A. 7th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 33 F. 3d 754.


Summaries of

Reich v. Continental Casual. Co.

U.S.
Feb 21, 1995
513 U.S. 1152 (1995)

affirming grant of summary judgment to employer where former employee with ADA claim did not come forward with evidence of whether plaintiff would be restricted from performing a class of jobs

Summary of this case from Terrell v. Usair, Inc.
Case details for

Reich v. Continental Casual. Co.

Case Details

Full title:REICH, SECRETARY OF LABOR v. CONTINENTAL CASUALTY CO. ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Feb 21, 1995

Citations

513 U.S. 1152 (1995)
115 S. Ct. 1104

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