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Sposito-Bernath v. The Board of Trustees of California State University,

Sposito-Bernath v. The Board of Trustees of California State University,

CGC-17-558830 (S.F. Superior): Plaintiff, an administrative assistant for SFSU for over a decade, was placed on administrative leave and required to attend a fitness-for-duty psychological exam by Human Resources after allegedly demonstrating signs of “chemo brain” when she returned to work after receiving aggressive treatment for cancer that resulted in a $575,000 settlement. The case was publicized in the San Francisco Examiner and The Mercury News.

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