Jeffrey Willnerd suffers from a voice condition that makes it difficult for him to speak and to control the tone of his voice. His condition was a topic of discussion with his supervisors yet did not impact his job performance as a bank loan officer/sales representative. In building a case to justify his termination, the bank imposed on Willnerd an impossible to meet production quota, which, along with other factors, led the Eighth Circuit to reverse a summary judgment and remand for trial. Willnerd v. First National Nebraska, Inc., No. 07-3316 (March 13, 2009).