Maryland Justices: Appeal in Disability Discrimination Case Belongs With EEOC, Not Appeals Court |

A woman alleging disability discrimination was denied the chance to challenge a Maryland Commission on Civil Rights decision at the appellate court level, as a judge found there is no statute granting jurisdiction.

The Maryland Supreme Court issued a decision on March 29 affirming the appeals court’s refusal to review the case, which was rooted in a dispute between a plaintiff and her mixed martial arts gym, of which she was a member for two years.

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