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United States Fourth Circuit

Young v. UPS, 11-2078

In discrimination action against employer claiming violations of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, summary judgment for defendant is affirmed, where: 1) plaintiff's ADA claim fails because she cannot establish a disability; 2) where a policy treats pregnant workers and non-pregnant workers alike, the employer has complied with the PDA, and therefore the UPS policy is not direct evidence of discrimination; and 3) plaintiff cannot establish that similarly situated employees received more favorable treatment than she did, and therefore she cannot establish the fourth element of the prima facie case for pregnancy discrimination.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 01/09/2013
  • Published 01/09/2013




  • United States Fourth Circuit


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