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Reynolds v. Am. Red Cross Nat'l, 11-2278

In plaintiff's suit for disability discrimination against his former employer, local chapter of the Red Cross, judgment of the district court is: 1) affirmed as to the judgment with regard to the primary ADA claim; 2) affirmed as to the judgment regarding plaintiff's retaliation claim; 3) affirmed as to the judgment regarding plaintiff's confidentiality claim; and 4) vacated as to the court's ruling that the Chapter and the National Red Cross can be aggregated in order to meet the fifteen employee threshold required for an "employer" under the ADA, because the employer's cross appeal is unnecessary where an appellee seeks nothing more than to preserve a judgment in its favor.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 12/07/2012
  • Published 12/07/2012


  • Thacker


  • United States Fourth Circuit


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