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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | USA | 8 Dec 2008

Americans With Disabilities Act Amendment

The Americans With Disabilities Act became law in 1990 and, since that time, has been the subject of masses of lawsuits and countless discussions among supervisors, human resources professionals, lawyers, academics, and courts.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | USA | 20 Dec 2007

2008 California legislative updates for employers

With the New Year, new legislative updates go into effect in California.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | USA | 29 Aug 2007

California Supreme Court decides in favor of employers on California disability discrimination law and bonus plans

The California Supreme Court has issued two favorable decisions that mark a victory for employers on issues of disability discrimination and bonus plans.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | USA | 8 Jun 2007

Disability leaves: responding to CFRA and FEHA claims

Two recent California appellate decisions in Faust v. California Portland Cement (51007) and Malais v. Los Angeles City Fire Dep’t (32907) emphasized the importance of properly training managers in responding to claims of medical and disability leaves.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | USA | 8 Jun 2007

California courts warn employers: train your managers!

A series of recent California state and federal decisions emphasize the urgent need for proper management training and the importance of preventive employment practices.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Feb 2007

Flexible working for carers

The statutory right to request a change to working arrangements in order to fulfil caring responsibilities is currently available only to employees with parental responsibility for a child aged under 6, or under 18 if the child is disabled.

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