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Anderson v. American Airlines

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


July 16, 2008

GRETA L. ANDERSON, PLAINTIFF,
v.
AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC., DEFENDANT.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Foreperson United States District Court

SPECIAL VERDICT

We, the jury in the above entitled action, unanimously find the following on the questions submitted to us for determination:

Question No. 1: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that 15 American Airlines was an employer?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 1 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please 8 go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court. 19 Otherwise, please answer the next question. 20 21

Question No. 2: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that Greta Anderson was an employee of American Airlines?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 2 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court.

Otherwise, please answer the next question.

Question No. 3: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that American Airlines perceived that Greta Anderson had a mental disability that limited a major life activity?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 3 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please 5 go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court. Otherwise, please answer the next question.

Question No. 4: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that she was able to perform her essential job duties?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 4 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court. Otherwise, please answer the next question.

Question No. 5: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that American Airlines discharged her from employment?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 5 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court. Otherwise, please answer the next question.

Question No. 6: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that American Airlines' perception that Greta Anderson had a mental disability was a motivating reason for her discharge?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 6 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court. Otherwise, please answer the next question.

Question No. 7: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that Greta Anderson was harmed?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 7 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court. Otherwise, please answer the next question.

Question No. 8: Did plaintiff Greta Anderson prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that American Airlines' decision was a substantial factor in causing Greta Anderson's harm?

Yes __________ No __________

If your answer to Question No. 8 was "no," please do not answer any further questions; rather, please go to the end of this verdict form, have the foreperson sign and date it and return it to the Court. Otherwise, please answer the next question Question No. 9: What are plaintiff Greta Anderson's damages, calculated in accordance with the instructions and proved by a preponderance of the evidence?

1. Non-economic damages (mental and/or emotional pain and suffering):

$______________________

19 20 2. Economic damages (reasonable value of lost earnings):

$_______________________

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