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Fenwick & West LLP | USA | 14 Dec 2011

Employee's alcoholism does not rise to the level of an ADA disability, leading to dismissal of claims

In Kennedy v. Glen Mills School, a federal court in Pennsylvania dismissed a terminated employee's claim of disability discrimination (based on alleged alcoholism) because the employee failed to prove that his alleged alcoholism rose to the level of a protected disability under the ADA.

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