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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 21 Aug 2018

Sixth Circuit holds that employer was not required to extend lunch breaks for exercise as Reasonable Accommodation

Many people exercise daily, and for Shannan McDonald, her exercise was prescribed by her physician for her genetic disorder. McDonald, employed as a

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 8 Aug 2017

Are the ERISA disability claims procedure regulations going to be delayed? How qualified and nonqualified plan sponsors should respond to the latest guidance

While the fiduciary rule has received most of the attention in the world of ERISA as of late, a lesser known regulation that was finalized late last

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 30 Dec 2016

Annie get your gun: Expanded rights for gun owners

Governor Kasich has signed Senate Bill 199, which prohibits employers from creating or enforcing any policy that would limit an employee with a

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 19 Apr 2015

Quitting employment for personal reasons precludes temporary total disability compensation

In State ex rel. Hildebrand v. Wingate Transp., Inc., the Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled that an employee who quit his job for reasons unrelated

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 8 Jul 2014

The illusion of an available job for the disabled: the Sixth Circuit’s decision in Kennard v. Means Industries, Inc. addresses long-term disability determinations

A farmer was having a tough time understanding why his chickens were producing less eggs than in previous years. He wrote a letter to the local

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 6 Dec 2013

Major changes to affirmative action requirements become effective March 24, 2014

Financial institutions and other types of businesses that are covered by federal affirmative action obligations have some major changes for which to

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 8 Oct 2013

Major changes to affirmative action requirements effective March 24, 2014

Companies covered by federal affirmative action obligations have some major changes for which to prepare. The Office of Federal Contract Compliance

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 24 Jan 2013

Don't judge a book by its cover! The Sixth Circuit provides employers with a roadmap for hiring persons with disabilities

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the Michigan district court's ruling in Keith v. County of Oakland, finding a Deaf applicant's rights

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 25 Apr 2012

EEOC issues revised publication on employment of veterans with disabilities

The EEOC recently issued a revised publication on the employment of veterans with disabilities.

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 9 Jan 2012

OFCCP proposes numerical goals for employment of persons with disabilities

The U.S. Department of Labor Office of Federal Contracts Compliance Programs has proposed a new rule requiring federal contractors and subcontractors to set a goal to have 7 of their workforce be individuals with disabilities.

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