Cattuna v. Sara Lee Corp., No. A-0603-09T2 (App. Div., August 27, 2010) – This recent case is a reminder that the employee, as well as the employer, must engage in the interactive process when seeking accommodation for a disability. The plaintiff failed to respond to his employer’s request for suggested accommodations and failed to attend a meeting scheduled to discuss his needs. Rather, he insisted that the employer first provide him with a specific position. The Appellate Division held that the plaintiff failed to demonstrate, as he must, that a reasonable accommodation was even possible, and therefore could not establish that he was a “qualified” individual under the law.