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Fisher Phillips | USA | 1 Mar 2018

Your School Could Be One Click Away From A Lawsuit

The education industry continues to be at the forefront when it comes to using emerging technology and digital marketing. For most schools, their

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 31 Oct 2017

Former Dealership Employee Nabs $1.3 Million Verdict In Disability Discrimination Suit

Why should your dealership conduct thorough investigations into possible employee misconduct and document poor performance before termination? A

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 5 Sep 2017

Campus Companions: How To Handle Requests For Service And Assistance Animals

School officials often receive requests from students with disabilities to bring “service animals” and “assistance animals” on campus as an

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 28 Jun 2017

"On Second Thought, Maybe I

TLDR: The U.S. Department of Labor will resume the practice of issuing wage-and-hour opinion letters. This is a big development for employers who are

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 27 Jun 2017

New Legislation Allows Philadelphia to Shut Down Local Businesses Who Violate Its Anti-Discrimination Laws

The City of Philadelphia will now have the authority to shut down a business within the city for an undefined “period of time” if the business

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 25 May 2017

12 Months of Additional ADA Leave Not Reasonable, Court Says

A federal appellate court recently ruled that an employee’s request for 12 months of additional Medical Leave was not reasonable, and thereby upheld

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 22 Mar 2017

Supreme Court Increases School Standards For Students With Disabilities

Today, in a unanimous decision crafted by Chief Justice John Roberts, the Supreme Court decided that the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 1 Mar 2017

Labor Department Boosts Disability Claimant Protections

The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) recently issued a final rule addressing disability benefit claims and appeals (see 81 FR 92316). The rule adds

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 26 Jan 2017

No Excuses: "Retroactive Leniency" Is Not An ADA Reasonable Accommodation

A federal appeals court upheld the termination of an employee who tried to blame her misconduct on her disability during the termination meeting

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 3 Jan 2017

December 2016: The 8 Biggest Labor And Employment Law Stories

The world of labor and employment law is always evolving at a rapid pace. In order to make sure that you stay on top of the latest developments, here

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