6th Circle Confirm the victory for the hospital in the nurse’s ADA costume

By Amanda Ottaway (August 12, 2022, 10:02 p.m. EDT) – The Sixth Circuit on Friday upheld a Michigan hospital’s victory in the lawsuit of a former nurse anesthetist alleging she was unlawfully fired after having a concussion at work, claiming she could not sue the hospital under the Federal Disabilities Act because it technically wasn’t her employer.

In a published notice, a unanimous three-judge panel addressed what they called a new issue and dismissed Rachel Post’s claim that Saint Joseph Mercy Oakland interfered with her right as an employee to an accommodation. reasonable for his disability. Post was working for a group of doctors at the time, not the hospital.

A Michigan hospital has…

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