By Camille Olson, Tracy Billows, Paul Kehoe and Ashley Laken
Earlier today in a 6-3 decision handed down in UPS v. Young, OPINION HERE the Supreme Court reversed a closely watched case which addressed whether denying pregnant workers accommodations was discriminatory under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. In a somewhat convoluted opinion, the Supreme Court provided some guidance, but nothing crystal clear, which leaves both employees and employers to wade through the sometime murky accommodation waters.
For a full analysis of the decision, see Seyfarth’s “One Minute Memo,” HERE.
If you have further questions about the decision, please contact the authors, a member of the firm’s Absence Management and Accommodation Team, or your Seyfarth attorney.