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Disability Discrimination Case Against Regents of the University of California to Move Forward

by | September 14, 2017

Justice was served today. A San Diego Superior Court judge ruled in our client’s favor and denied defendant’s Regents of the University of California’s motion for summary judgment in its entirety in our disability discrimination case on 23 individual issues. Our client will get his day in court thanks to the outstanding effort put in by our dedicated and passionate team. This is a small but important step to vindicating our client’s rights.

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