EEOC v. Schneider Nat'l, Inc, 06-3108
In a suit by the EEOC challenging the dismissal of an employee because of a medical condition, summary judgment for defendant-employer is affirmed where the employer's decision to terminate the employee was not motivated by a mistaken belief that the condition precluded him from engaging in a major life activity.
- Argued 02/13/2007
- Decided 03/21/2007
- Published 03/21/2007
- POSNER, Circuit Judge., Before BAUER, POSNER, and WILLIAMS, Circuit Judges.
- For Appellant:
- Dori K. Bernstein (argued), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Washington, DC, for Plaintiff-Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Mark A. Casciari (argued), Seyfarth Shaw, Chicago, IL; Thomas E. Vandenberg, General Counsel, and Miles S. Mittelstadt, Associate General Counsel, Schneider National, Inc. (briefed), for Defendant-Appellee.