Claims That Worker's Multiple Sclerosis Prompted Firing Survive Summary Judgment

MINNEAPOLIS - A former bank employee has presented sufficient evidence to create a genuine issue of fact about whether she was fired because she has multiple sclerosis (MS), a Minnesota federal judge held May 9 in denying the bank's motion for summary judgment on the woman's disability discrimination claims (Karin K. Wandersee v. Farmers State Bank of Hartland,  No. 10-4159, D. Minn.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 64775).

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