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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 4 Apr 2018

Supreme Court Declines to Review Seventh Circuit Case Finding Extended Leave of Absence Is Not a Reasonable Accommodation

The United States Supreme Court declined to review a decision from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals that held a two-to-three month leave of


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 31 Jan 2017

Supreme Court Nominee Has Put “Reasonable” into Reasonable Accommodation Obligations

In case your news and twitter accounts are down, and you otherwise have not heard the news President Trump has nominated Judge Gorsuch from the U.S


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 26 Aug 2013

The ADA conundrum from Cleveland: analyzing an employee's inconsistent statements about the ability to work

In Cleveland v. Policy Management Systems Corp., the United States Supreme Court created a framework for analyzing how inconsistent statements on

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