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Disability services provider sued for, what else, disability discrimination

I'm four years older than my brother. For this reason, growing up I would sometimes get punished for things for which my brother was let off the hook. The reasoning? You should know better. And, I'm sad to say that now that I have two kids of my own, I have found myself repeating this refrain...

The Long and Short of Height Discrimination under the ADA

A couple of week ago I wrote about why the ADA likely protects against obesity as a disability (thank you Wall Street Journal Law Blog for the linkage). If the ADA is starting to protect physical characteristics such as weight, what about height? McElmurry v. Arizona Dept. of Agriculture (D. Ariz...

All That for a Bag of Chips: Walgreens Going to Trial in Disability Discrimination Case

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is going to get a jury trial against Walgreens in a disability discrimination case that turns on (allegedly) pilfered potato chips [ an enhanced version of this opinion is available to lexis.com subscribers ]. The case, which I wrote about way back in 2011...

Take Me to Church — to Reasonably Accommodate My Disability

[cue music ] Let’s say that you have an employee who suffers from anxiety and stress. The employee is very religious and her doctor encourages her to attend church on Sundays. Not only does church provide fulfill her spiritually, but it helps to lower both the stress and anxiety and significantly...