Plaintiff-Appellant Bradley Baker ("Baker") appeals pro se from a summary judgment entered in the United States District Court for the Western District of New York (Telesca, J.) in favor of Defendant-Appellee The Home Depot ("Home Depot"). Invoking the provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ("Title VII"), Baker brought the action giving rise to this appeal to redress alleged religious discrimination in his employment by Home Depot. According to his complaint, Baker claims that Home Depot discriminated against him for refusing to work on Sundays. The District Court found that Home Depot's offer to Baker of a work schedule excluding Sunday mornings constituted a reasonable accommodation of Baker's religious beliefs and granted summary judgment accordingly. We vacate the judgment of the District Court and remand the case for further proceedings in accordance with the analysis that follows.
Miner '56, Roger J., "Baker v. The Home Depot, 445 F. 3d 541 - Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit 2006" (2006). Circuit Court Opinions. 145.
445 F.3d 541 (2006)
Bradley BAKER, Plaintiff-Appellant,
THE HOME DEPOT, Defendant-Appellee.
Docket No. 05-1069-CV.
United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.
Argued: October 17, 2005.
Decided: April 19, 2006.
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