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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 | 6 Jun 2016

Termination For Conduct Caused By Side Effects of Prescription Medication Was Not Disability Discrimination

A federal court in Florida has upheld an employee’s termination due to her “inebriated” conduct that was caused by her use of prescription


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 11 Mar 2015

Alcoholic employee’s suit dismissed because he could not prove he was disabled

A federal district court dismissed the discrimination claims of an alcoholic individual who claimed that his former employer refused to rehire him


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 26 Aug 2014

Employer gets new trial to prove drug tests were not medical examinations or disability-related inquiries

A Tennessee auto glass manufacturer will get a new trial to prove that drug tests it administered to its employees - including tests for prescription

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