In Williams v. FedEx Corporate Servs., 849 F.3d 889 (10th Cir. 2017), plaintiff sued FedEx for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by requiring him to enroll in the company’s substance abuse and drug testing program. He also sued Aetna, FedEx’s STD insurer, for breach of fiduciary duty for reporting to FedEx that plaintiff had filed a disability claim for substance abuse. The district court granted summary judgment for defendants on both claims.
The Court reversed the ADA decision, and remanded to the district court for further evaluation of one of FedEx’s defenses.
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