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West's Key 78 Civil Rights
West's Key 78III Federal Remedies in General
West's Key 78k1392 Pleading
West's Key 78k1395 Particular Causes of Action
West's Key 78k1395(1) k. In General.

78 Civil RightsDoctor
who denied that he suffered from narcissistic personality disorder
could not assert ADA psychiatric impairment claim based on that
disorder, even if that disorder could potentially have prevented him
from admitting that he suffered from it.
Boggi v. Med. Review & Accrediting Council, 2011 WL 666297 (3d Cir. Feb. 23, 2011)

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