Case: Incapacity Discrimination/Pleading Necessities (E.D. Pa.)

June 30, 2021, 7:49 pm

A transgender woman employed at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital may continue her disregard suit for reasonably asserting that she suffered from gender dysphoria as a result of abuse as a patient and that the condition was a disability under federal law, said a federal court. She argued that she had gender dysphoria that flared up after her hospital treatment and that the condition met the ADA definition of disability because it made her difficult to return to work, the court said …

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