The Supreme Court of the United States this week agreed with a pregnant UPS worker’s contention that the lower court erred in finding in favor of UPS and remanded the case to the Fourth Circuit court.  Interestingly, the Supreme Court rejected both of the actual claims put forth by attorneys for Peggy Young, the pregnant plaintiff.  It also ruled though that the lower court should have given them the chance to argue that UPS violated the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the 1978 Pregnancy Discrimination Act, in not making a “reasonable accommodation” for the pregnant delivery driver.