Last week I wrote about a religious discrimination case where an employer snatched victory from the jaws of defeat at the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. This week, we have a Fifth Circuit opinion where the court took away an employer’s victory in another religious discrimination case and sent the case back to the trial court for trial. Today’s case should remind employers of their religious accommodation obligations and how those obligations may differ from reasonable accommodations required under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In Davis v. Fort Bend County, Fort Bend County was scheduled to install a computer network and audiovisual system . . .