EEOC's ADA Claim Against UPS Doesn't Deliver: Judge

Law360, Los Angeles (September 30, 2011, 4:06 PM EDT) -- An Illinois federal judge on Wednesday dismissed the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s putative class action claim that United Parcel Service Inc. violated the Americans With Disabilities Act by refusing to provide reasonable accommodations to disabled employees.

“[T]he court concludes that the EEOC has not alleged adequate factual information in its complaint with respect to the unidentified class members,” U.S. District Judge Robert M. Dow Jr. wrote in his decision. “[T]he EEOC both can and should do better in presenting its class allegations so that they...
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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. United Parcel Service, Inc.


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1:09-cv-05291

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Illinois Northern

Nature of Suit

445(Civil Rights: Americans with Disabilities - Employment)

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Honorable Sara L. Ellis

Date Filed

August 27, 2009

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