A divided federal appeals court on Monday revived a medical
technician's discrimination lawsuit against a North Dakota
healthcare system that she says fired her because of her
degenerative spine condition.
A panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1
that Roberta Kowitz's efforts to notify Trinity Health about her
doctor's recommendation that she not take a mandatory CPR
certification test could be enough for a jury to believe she
requested a reasonable accommodation.
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