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Mark Bumblis v. Dept. of Navy

Mark Bumblis v. Dept. of Navy, 2003WL22778928 (PERSONNET) (11/12/03) – The employer, a military facility, had fired Mr. Bumblis for allegedly being unable to perform his duties due to medical restrictions stemming from a back injury. We proved that certain job duties the Navy claimed were essential to the job were not, and that he was fired because his supervisors perceived him to be disabled.


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