Soria v. Univision: Comprehensive Review of FEHA

A trial court’s summary judgment dismissing plaintiff’s FEHA discrimination lawsuit recently provided California’s Second Appellate District Court of Appeal to issue a comprehensive opinion on almost all issues relating to disability discrimination and medical condition discrimination cases under FEHA. And the opinion gave plaintiff new life, because the Court of Appeal reversed the trial court’s summary judgment.

I won’t go through all of the details here, and there wasn’t really any new ground broken with this opinion, but it’s a good case to review and keep around for those of us who represent clients in FEHA cases.

Soria v. Univision Radio Los Angeles, Inc.
5 Cal. App. 5th 570 (2016)

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