Would it matter if Gordon never told the bank about his HIV and allergies?

Gorton is HIV positive. He is also has severe allergies. The medication he takes to control the debi Show more Gorton is HIV positive. He is also has severe allergies. The medication he takes to control the debilitating effects of his allergies causes his nasal membranes to dry out resulting in frequent nosebleeds. Even though his allergy medications control the most severe symptoms of his allergies they do not keep him from sneezing frequently in the presence of certain popular perfumes and colognes. It would be extremely expensive to install air filtering devices that would rid the air in the bank of the types of fragrances that trigger Gortons sneezing. The essential functions of the job Gorton is applying for requires sitting at a desk in an open -air bank lobby eliciting information from prospective customers to determine how the bank can best meet their needs. He has performed this job before and with the possible exception of his recent health issues is very qualified to do this job. Yet after telling the bank of his conditions the bank refuses to hire Gorton. He sues based on the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). Who wins and why? Would it matter if Gordon never told the bank about his HIV and allergies? If no why not? If yes how does it effect the outcome? Would it matter if the bank simply refused to fill the position at all? Show less