A Marin County jury found that Albertsons violated the civil rights of a grocery clerk by failing to deliver the reasonable accommodation it had promised. Partner Leslie Levy took the case even though it involved only a single incident of failure to accommodate because she was incensed by the way the employer violated the civil rights of its long-time employee. Up against the trial team of Leslie Levy and Jean Hyams, Albertsons lost at trial. The employer lost again when it appealed the verdict. The case charted important new legal territory and now serves as an important legal precedent for other individuals with disabilities.