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Matheson | Ireland | 20 Mar 2018

Episode 32: How Far Does Reasonable Accommodation go in Addressing Disability in the Workforce?

Bryan Dunne covers a recent decision of the Irish Court of Appeal that was handed down at the end of January, the case of Nano Nagle Primary School,

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Snell & Wilmer LLP | USA | 26 Nov 2012

Back to the basics: Title III of the ADA

In the employment world, we hear so often about Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Arent Fox LLP | USA | 7 Oct 2011

Disability accommodation, leaves, and the interactive process

We are extremely pleased to present the thirteenth episode in the After Hours series of Legal Alert video podcasts hosted by Los Angeles Arent Fox partner Harry Johnson.

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 8 Aug 2011

The Americans with Disabilities Act: two decades later (part 16): how is an individual who has a history of an impairment treated under the ADAAA?

In Part 16 of the 20-part series, The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later, attorney Denise Hasbrook examines how an individual with a history of an impairment is treated under the ADAAA.

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 8 Aug 2011

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later (Part 19): what is the Genetic Information and Non-Discrimination Act (GINA)?

In Part 19 of the 20-part series, The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later, attorney Denise Hasbrook explains GINA (the Genetic Information and Non-Discrimination Act).

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 8 Aug 2011

The Americans with Disabilities Act: two decades later (part 17): is an individual who is incorrectly perceived to be disabled by an employer nevertheless protected under the ADAAA?

In Part 17 of the 20-part series, The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later, attorney Denise Hasbrook addresses whether an individual incorrectly perceived by an employer to be disabled is protected under the ADAAA.

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 8 Aug 2011

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later (Part 20): how does GINA overlap with the ADAAA?

In the final part of the 20-part series, The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later, attorney Denise Hasbrook explains how GINA (the Genetic Information and Non-Discrimination Act) overlaps with the ADAAA.

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 8 Aug 2011

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later (Part 8): what changes were made in the 2009 Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA)?

In attorney Denise Hasbrook’s eighth video blog in her 20-part series addressing The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later, Ms. Hasbrook examines the changes that were made in the 2009 Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA).

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 8 Aug 2011

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later (Part 11): how did the ADAAA change the determination of whether an individual will be considered “substantially limited in working”?

Attorney Denise Hasbrook’s eleventh video blog in her 20-part series addressing The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later explains how the ADAAA changed the determination of whether an individual is considered “substantially limited in working.”

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Roetzel & Andress | USA | 8 Aug 2011

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later (Part 15): what is not considered a disability under the ADAAA?

Attorney Denise Hasbrook takes a look at what is not considered to be a disability under the ADAAA in this fifteenth part of her 20-part series addressing The Americans with Disabilities Act: Two Decades Later.

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