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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 17 Apr 2019

Plaintiff With PTSD Not Disabled Under The ADA, Sixth Circuit Rules

The Sixth Circuit’s ruling in Tinsley v. Caterpillar Fin. Servs., Corp., No. 18-5303 (6th Cir. Mar. 20, 2019) is a good reminder that not all


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 29 Mar 2019

Medical Marijuana Users May Not Be Discriminated Against In New Jersey

A New Jersey appellate court has held that a disabled employee may sue his former employer under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“NJLAD”)


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 18 Mar 2019

Disability Discrimination and Reasonable Accommodation under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) 1

If your business has five or more employees, your business is one of the millions in California that has a duty to provide reasonable accommodations


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 10 Mar 2019

OFCCP Launches Section 503 Focused Review Informational Webpage

In August 2018, OFCCP released Directive 2018-04 announcing the Agency’s implementation of Section 503


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 28 Feb 2019

Broad Workers’ Compensation Release Agreement Bars Disability Discrimination Claims

The District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana dismissed an employee’s disability discrimination claims based on a broad release in her


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 15 Feb 2019

Unsettled Waters at the Accommodation of Last Resort

In 2019, we are poised to learn where the Fourth Circuit stands on reassignment as an accommodationan issue that has split the Circuits


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 19 Nov 2018

No Adverse Employment Action, No Failure-to-Accommodate Claim, Tenth Circuit Rules

The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) includes within its definition of “discriminate,” an employer’s failure to provide a reasonable


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 18 Aug 2018

Employers must have duties based reasons to support the assertion that full-time attendance is an essential job function

Teenagers are not the only ones dissatisfied when their pleas of “why” are met with a “because I said so.” It turns out that courts of appeal do not


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 13 Aug 2018

Independent Contractor Misclassifications is Focus of New Jersey-U.S. Labor Department Partnership

Demonstrating a heightened focus on worker misclassification, the New Jersey Department of Labor has entered into a memorandum of cooperation with


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 2 Aug 2018

OFCCP Acting Director Shares His Vision for Upcoming Agency Initiatives

Day two of the 2018 ILG National Conference has concluded and it was another day packed with information and insights for attendees. Riding the

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