Importance of Engaging in Interactive Process Emphasized by Recent Trial Court Verdicts

A recent $1.5 million jury verdict in a Northern California Federal Court, applying the California Fair Employment and Housing Act to a Tennessee Corporation doing business in California, found that the Defendant retailer had failed to engage in the interactive process required by FEHA. The interactive...

California Employee Must Request Accommodation to Trigger Interactive Process

The 4th District Court of Appeals has reversed a 6 figure award for employment discrimination in a FEHA claim arising from a work related injury to a water plant treatment worker who was unable to return to her usual and customary job. The Court ruled the applicant failed to provide any indication to...