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ADA “Impliedly Amended” The National Bank Act’s Termination-at-Pleasure Clause

Posted in ADA, Disability, Employment Law Notes, FEHA

Quinn v. U.S. Bank, N.A., 196 Cal. App. 4th 168 (2011) Robert Quinn, a former senior vice president of U.S. Bank, alleged he was denied accommodation, harassed and terminated because of a physical disability in violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act. U.S. Bank obtained summary judgment from the trial court on the ground… Continue Reading

Bank VP’s Discrimination Claims Were Not Preempted By Federal Law

Posted in Discrimination, Employment Law Notes

Ramanathan v. Bank of America, 155 Cal. App. 4th 1017 (2007) Padmanabhan Ramanathan alleged he was discriminated against and harassed as a result of his religion (Hindu), race (Asian) and national origin. In its summary judgment motion, the Bank asserted that Ramanathan was a “Vice President” who served “at the pleasure” of the board of… Continue Reading