UPS Granted Win In Ex-Employee’s ADA Lodging Case

Law360 (Jul 19, 2021, 7:00 PM EDT) – A former United Parcel Service employee has no one but herself responsible for a handicapped placement process that she “derailed” by refusing to admit herself move when the parcel deliverer said it couldn’t allow her to tape meetings, a Kansas federal judge said.

U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree on Friday accepted UPS’s offer of summary judgment and filed a duel request from Susan Norwood, who alleged that the company’s processing of her 2018 housing application was against the Americans with Disabilities Act and Kansas state law violate.

According to the report, Norwood refused to accept UPS’s offer to send her a note for …

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