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Jones v. Kids-R-Ours Case File

Jones v. Kids-R-Ours Case File

After suffering a seizure at work, the plaintiff, Jean Jones, was suspended without pay from the Kids-R-Ours day care where she worked. Jones suffers from epilepsy, which is a qualified disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This, however, did not stop the defendant from suspending, demoting, and then firing the plaintiff. Kids-R-Ours claims that their action was justifiable since Jones was a threat to the children. This is a well-balanced file where the verdict could easily be won by either party. There are three witnesses for both plaintiff and defendant.

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ISBN: 9781556814587

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