Last year I reported on the possibility that Internet use could become an ADA-protected disability. Now, we have one of the first documented cases of this phenomenon. From CNN :
A man who checked in to the Navy’s Substance Abuse and Recovery...
In Clayton v. Cleveland Clinic Foundation , an Ohio appellate court was faced with the issue of whether Ohio’s disability discrimination statute protects asymptomatic HIV as a “disability.” The court relied on the following exchange...
Let's say you operate a business in NJ. Your disabled
employee comes to you requesting an accommodation for his disability. Does the
mere failure to provide that accommodation trigger a claim under the New Jersey Law
Against Discrimination (NJLAD...
It seems like Title III ADA questions are coming up more and more often these days. I wrote about the basics of Title III a while back , and figured it is time to post on it again.
Typically when a company has questions relating to its obligations...
Ok. Let’s assume that I’m looking to fill another Blogprentice position here at the Bloggerdome.
[ FYI – The Blogprentice’s job is to massage my scalp during those brief periods of writer’s block or when I get the vapors...
Woody Allen once said, "80 percent of
success is showing up." So true, so true!
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit* came out
recently with a
great decision on when "showing up" -- also known as