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Court Reinstates Worker's Claims of Disability Discrimination, Retaliation

Thursday, January 9, 2020 | 1482 | 0 | 106 min read

A California appellate court partially reinstated an injured worker’s claims of discrimination and harassment against her former employer. Case: Alvarez v. Lifetouch Portrait Studio Inc., Nos. B286910 and B289910, 01/06/2010, unpublished. Facts: Antoinette Alvarez worked for Lifetouch Portrait Studios Inc. as a studio manager. Alvarez's duties as studio manager included photography, sales, customer service, management, training and scheduling of staff. Alvarez would spend 20% to 25% of her time taking photographs. The photography work was physically demanding and required her...

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