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SANTA ANA, Calif. — A California federal judge found in favor of U.S. Bank on a former senior vice president’s claim that the bank exaggerated his Tourette syndrome symptoms to justify his firing. He never told anyone at the bank that he suffered from the condition, and his “cryptic references to ‘medications’ and ‘tics’ without ever specifying that he required treatment for a disability” did not constitute providing notice to the company.