Justia: Afterbirth: The Supreme Court’s Ruling in Young v. UPS Leaves Many Questions Unanswered

The Supreme Court just ruled, by a vote of 6-3, that Peggy Young, a pregnant UPS driver who was denied a light-duty accommodation that was routinely made available to other employees with similar lifting restrictions, should have the opportunity to prove on remand that this denial was discriminatory. Read commentary and analysis from Pitt Law Professor Deborah Brake and Hofstra Law Professor Joanna Grossman at Justia.

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