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Was That an Accommodation Request? What to Do When an Employee Says “I Changed My Meds”

USA - May 17 2018 Even something as simple as a statement that an employee has changed his or her medications can be treated as notice from an employee that an…

Can Your Employees Think on Their Feet? Analyzing the Standing Desk Trend Through the Lens of the ADA

USA - July 27 2018 In 2013, the American Medical Association adopted a policy against sedentary behavior and encouraged…

The Eighth Circuit & the ADA, Part II: Must a Request for Accommodation be Explicit?

USA - November 1 2016 In contrast to Parker v. Crete Carrier Corporation, et al, in Kowitz v. Trinity Health, et al, No. 15-1584 (October 17, 2016), a split panel of the…

Andrew P. Burnside, Sarah Smith Kuehnel

Eighth Circuit sheds light on the legality of employer disqualification policies

USA - August 31 2018 Courts have ruled that sweeping and overbroad employer-initiated disqualification policies must be struck absent business justification. But where is…

Julie A. Gladstone

Missouri Appellate Court enforces delegation clause, holds arbitrator has authority to decide whether claims are arbitrable

USA - August 20 2015 This year, Missouri courts have issued several decisions interpreting arbitration agreements between employers and employees. While some of these…

Andrew L. Metcalf