Sep 092014
 
 September 9, 2014  Court, Workplace

Sabrina Canfield reports:

An HIV-positive homosexual who sued his employer for discrimination cannot do so anonymously because his HIV-positive, homosexual status provides him “no greater threat of retaliation” than a typical plaintiff alleging employment violations, a federal judge ruled.

John Doe asked the court to keep his own name out of a lawsuit he filed against his employer, alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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