Wills v. Superior Court for the State of California, County of Orange

Appellant's Reply Brief


Appellant's reply brief arguing that termination of the employment on the basis of alleged misconduct caused by a disability is the same as termination for the disability itself where the appellant has bipolar disorder, a protected mental disability that causes behavior changes. Also discussing the effect of the scope of a DFEH charge on the later court action: does just the box that was checked on the DFEH form matter, or must the court consider the narrative facts and other information informally communicated to the DFEH for purposes of exhaustion of administrative remedies under FEHA where an actual right-to-sue was issued.

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 9th Circuit, California | United States

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