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Leon B. v. Department of State

The plaintiff, a Hispanic man, was an applicant for a Diplomatic Security Foreign Service Special Agent. He took an assessment and was denied based on a score for the oral and written portions that was below the cutoff. The Agency said that they asked every candidate...

Heidi B. v. USPS

The plaintiff was issued suspensions for refusing to work Sundays. She regularly asked off on Sundays because she had religious requirements that prevented her from working. Her supervisor explained that if she asked off every Sunday, they would be short staffed, and...

Fed. Employee v. U.S.P.S. (EEOC)

Porter P. v. U.S.P.S. Appeal No. 0120171893 EEOC The plaintiff in this case was employed by the United States Postal Service (USPS) as a driver. He was diagnosed with ADHD and a chronic neck and back problem, for which he was prescribed Vyvanse and Vicodin. Upon...