Tag Archives: Person’s with Disability Act

A Road Map for Responding to Requests for Accommodations under the Americans with Disability Act

A common issue under the Americans with Disabilities Act concerns asking for and responding to a request for a reasonable accommodation. It is important for employers to understand their obligations in responding to such a request because under the ADA unlawful discrimination specifically includes “not making reasonable accommodations [for a] qualified individual with a disability…” … Continue Reading

Medical Marijuana & Employment Law: Unanswered Questions For Employers and Employees

Recently a Michigan federal court judge dismissed a case brought by a former Wal-Mart employee of five years and associate of the year in 2008, after he was terminated when a drug test was positive for marihuana. (Reported by Larry Gabriel of the Metrotimes). Mr. Casias had previously registered under Michigan’s statute to use marihuana … Continue Reading
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