In October 2015, Partners Linda Miller Savitt and Jonathan S. Rosenberg obtained summary judgment in Lanzas v. Health Net of California, Inc. (Stanislaus Superior Court Case No. 2006491). The plaintiff claimed that he was terminated due to his disability and that Health Net failed to reasonably accommodate him and properly engage in the good faith interactive process. The court dismissed the entire case, finding that the plaintiff was not discrimiated against and that Health Net had property interacted with him and reasonably accommodated his disability.

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