Reed v. International Union, No. 07-2505
In a Title VII action claiming that Defendant-Union failed to provide a reasonable accommodation for Plaintiff's religious objection to financially supporting the union, summary judgment for Defendant is affirmed where Plaintiff did not show that he suffered any material adverse employment action for making his objection.
Read Reed v. International Union, No. 07-2505
Argued: September 17, 2008
Decided and Filed: June 23, 2009
Judge Batchelder delivered the opinion of the Court.
Judge Guy delivered a separate concurring opinion.
Judge McKeague delivered a separate dissenting opinion.
Bruce N. Cameron, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Springfield, VA
Glenn M. Taubman, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Springfield, VA
Barry Macey, Macey, Macey & Swanson, Indianapolis, IN
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