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Henderson v. General Elec. Co.
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• 3:03cv02176 (Docket) (Dec. 17, 2003)
END OF DOCUMENT 180 181 ADA Discrimination 182 Case # 20 ZIHALA v. ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
ELIZABETH ANN ZIHALA, Plaintiff, v. ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
No. 95 C 2129
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF
ILLINOIS, EASTERN DIVISION
1999 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2445
February 22, 1999, Decided
February 26, 1999, Docketed
DISPOSITION: [*1] Defendant's motion for summary judgment granted.
COUNSEL: For ELIZABETH ANN ZIHALA, plaintiff: William F. Spielberger, William
F. Spielberger & Associates, P.C., Chicago, IL.
For ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, defendant: Paula J. Giroux, Joel
Cabrera, Illinois Attorney General's Office, Chicago, IL.
For JOHN LUMPKIN, defendant: Joel Cabrera, Illinois Attorney General's Office,
JUDGES: Wayne R. Andersen, United States District Judge.
OPINIONBY: Wayne R. Andersen
OPINION: MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER
Plaintiff, Elizabeth Zihala, filed this action against her former employer, the Illinois
Department of Public Health, alleging that the Department discriminated against her in
violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq., by denying
her a reasonable accommodation and by discharging her because she suffered from
bipolar disorder. The Department moves for summary judgment pursuant to Fed. R. Civ.
P. 56. For the following reasons, the motion for summary judgment is granted.
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