Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Supreme Court denies cert. in Taylor v. Federal Express

The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday let stand the Fourth Circuit's decision in Taylor v. Federal Express Corp., No. 04-2056 (4th Cir. Nov. 16, 2005) (see previous post), that a former Federal Express courier with a 30 lb. lifting restriction was not disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act because a jury could not reasonably conclude that he was substantially limited in the major life activity of working. Taylor v. Federal Express Corp., U.S., No. 05-1023, cert. denied 5/22/06 (PDF).

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