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Becerril v. Pima County Assessor's Office, No. 08-17070

By FindLaw Staff on November 30, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) action claiming that a county office discriminated against plaintiff-employee by reassigning her because of her disability and refusing to engage in the ADA's "interactive process" after she had requested a reasonable accommodation, summary judgment for defendant is affirmed where: 1) there was no evidence that plaintiff's supervisor reassigned her because her coworkers in the public service section complained about accommodations she received for her disability; and 2) plaintiff did not raise a triable issue on whether her disability substantially limited her in speaking, eating, seeing, sleeping, and thinking and concentrating.

Read Becerril v. Pima County Assessor's Office, No. 08-17070

Appellate Information

Argued and Submitted November 3, 2009

Filed November 25, 2009


Per Curiam


For Appellant:

Richard M. Martinez, Law Office of Richard M. Martinez, Tucson, AZ

For Appellee:

Stacey Roseberry, Pima County Attorney's Office, Tucson, AZ

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