Tag: U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals


Employee with Performance Problems Could Not Prove ADA Claim

June 16, 2020


A district manager with cancer who also had a record of performance problems was unable to show that his disability caused his termination, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled. It was undisputed that the district manager had a […]


Positive drug test didn’t create ADA ‘regarded as’ claim, 8th Cir. says

March 6, 2019

Via: HR Dive

The “regarded as” prong of the ADA’s definition of disability protects an individual from discrimination based on an employer’s belief that he or she has a disability. And while the standard has deep roots in the statute, the ADA Amendments […]