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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.
Argued and Submitted November 3, 2009
Filed November 25, 2009
Richard M. Martinez, Law Office of Richard M. Martinez, Tucson, AZ
Stacey Roseberry, Pima County Attorney's Office, Tucson, AZ
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