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18 Cal. App. 5th 908 *; 227 Cal. Rptr. 3d 286 **; 2017 Cal. App. LEXIS 1147 ***; 33 Am. Disabilities Cas. (BNA) 1482
KETRYN CORNELL, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. BERKELEY TENNIS CLUB, Defendant and Respondent.
Prior History: [***1] Superior Court of Alameda County, No. RG-14-724804, Brenda Fay Harbin-Forte, Judge.
disability, obesity, accommodate, harassment, physiological, termination, retaliation, genetic, triable, planted, discriminatory, interrogatories, emotional, distress, malice, shirts, infliction, italics, defamation, deposition, Personnel, cleaning, animus, ballroom, clarified, hearsay, staff, hired, disability-based, defamatory
Civil Procedure, Judgments, Summary Judgment, Entitlement as Matter of Law, Partial Summary Judgment, Evidentiary Considerations, Absence of Essential Element, Burdens of Proof, Movant Persuasion & Proof, Nonmovant Persuasion & Proof, Appeals, Summary Judgment Review, Standards of Review, Business & Corporate Compliance, Discrimination, Labor & Employment Law, Discrimination, Entitlement as Matter of Law, Appropriateness, Disability Discrimination, Labor & Employment Law, Evidence, Burden Shifting, Disability Discrimination, Reasonable Accommodations, Scope & Definitions, Discriminatory Conduct, Harassment, Disabilities Under ADA, Mental & Physical Impairments, Mental & Physical Impairments, Governments, Courts, Judicial Precedent, Disabilities Under ADA, Discovery, Methods of Discovery, Interrogatories, Disparate Treatment, Circumstantial & Direct Evidence, Regarded With Impairments, Actionable Discrimination, Retaliation, Burdens of Proof, Elements, Legislation, Effect & Operation, Amendments, Statutory Application, Prospective Operation, Retrospective Operation, Reviewability of Lower Court Decisions, Preservation for Review, Wrongful Termination, Public Policy, Torts, Intentional Torts, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Defamation, Defenses, Privileges, Absolute Privileges, Statutory Privileges, Qualified Privileges, Evidence, Statements as Evidence, Hearsay, Hearsay Within Hearsay, Public Figures, Actual Malice