CLOUTIER v. COSTCO CORP., 04-1475
Plaintiff's claim, alleging religious discrimination by defendant-employer, is dismissed where defendant has no duty to accommodate plaintiff since it could not do so without undue hardship.
- Decided 12/01/2004
- Published 12/01/2004
LIPEZ, Circuit Judge., Before TORRUELLA, LIPEZ, and HOWARD, Circuit Judges.
United States First Circuit
Michael O. Shea for appellant., Stephen A. Bokat, Ellen Dunham Bryant, National Chamber Litigation Center, Ann Elizabeth Reesman, Laura Anne Giantris, and McGuiness Norris & Williams, LLP, on brief for The Chamber of Commerce of the United States and the Equal Employment Advisory Council, amici curiae.
Lynn A. Kappelman, with whom Seyfarth Shaw and Krista Green Pratt were on brief, for appellee.