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Three Common Pitfalls in the Reasonable Accommodation Process

Three Common Pitfalls in the Reasonable Accommodation Process

Under the ADA and FEHA, the employer has the duty to identify and implement a reasonable accommodation to allow a disabled employee to perform the essential functions of the job. Common pitfalls for employers in determining appropriate ..., 6 days ago

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Appellate Court Walks Back Prior Decision Regarding Status of Associational Disability Claims Under FEHA

In the May issue of Private Education Matters we reported on a case called Castro-Ramirez v. Dependable Highway Express , which dealt with the emerging area of associational disability discrimination. In that case, the court allowed the plaintiff to ...
 LCWLegal.com3 weeks ago

Employee Entitled to File FEHA Claim Where Statute of Limitations Tolled During EEOC Investigation

Reginald Mitchell worked as a Health Facilities Investigator for the California Department of Public Health until he resigned in 2011. He was the only non-white employee in his division and complained that he was being discriminated against due to ...
 LCWLegal.com1 month ago Equitable Tolling Applies to DFEH One-Year Statute of Limitations Period When DFEH Indicates Limitations Period Will be Tolled during EEOC Investigation  LCWLegal.com3 weeks ago Race Discrimination Claim Was Not Barred By Statute Of Limitations  National Law Review1 month ago

Triable Issue of Fact Existed as to Whether Employer Must Reasonably Accommodate Employees Associated with Disabled Persons under the FEHA

Dependable Highway Express (DHE) hired Luis Castro-Ramirez to work as a truck driver in December 2009. At the time he was hired, Castro-Ramirez told DHE that he had a disabled son who required daily dialysis, which Castro-Ramirez administered.
 LCWLegal.com22 hours ago California Employee Can Pursue Termination Claims Over Marijuana Use  Lexology6 days ago 2016 California Labor and Employment Legislation Update: It's Final!  JD Supra3 weeks ago Employment Law - September 2016 #2  JD Supra3 weeks ago

Daily Calendar for Monday, Oct. 24, 2016

Class, Family, Other Reunions POTTER FAMILY REUNION: Will be held 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 6 at Camp Montvale. Meal begins at 1 p.m. Bring covered dishes. For more information, call Joe Bowers at 865-983-2196. Subscription Required An online ...
 Maryville Daily Times2 days ago
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Julia Levitskaia Joins Archer Norris in San Francisco

Archer Norris welcomes Julia Levitskaia as an associate in our San Francisco office. Julia concentrates her practice on Greek Organizations. Julia's litigation knowledge and experience make her an immediate asset to our firm, said Managing ...
 Archer Norris1 week ago

Return to Work Remains a Problem

, $100 Million in Workers Benefits Sits Unused), only 3,955 checks have been issued to injured workers from the Return to Work (RTW) Fund established in Senate Bill 863. The checks total slightly less than $20 million, leaving an additional $100 ...
 Insurance Thought Leadership1 week ago

Retail and Consumer Products Law Roundup - October 2016

In This Issue: Supreme Court to Review Credit Card Surcharge Statutes SPECIAL FOCUS: Responses to Retail Webinar Attendee Questions 2 for 1—Private and Government Actions Regarding Price Comparisons Judge Puts the Brakes on Uber's $100M ...
 JD Supra1 week ago

Intentional discrimination: Yahoo CEO hit by lawsuit claiming male colleagues illegally purged

A former media executive at Yahoo has filed a lawsuit against the internet giant, accusing it of an illegal purge of male employees. He specifically pointed at CEO Marissa Mayer, who he claims is running a gender-based discrimination campaign. ...
 Russia Today2 weeks ago

California Legislative Update: Which Bills Made the Final Cut?

Although the California Legislature sent Governor Jerry Brown bills on bed bugs, powdered alcohol, and making denim the official state fabric, the laws enacted in 2016 affecting the state's private-sector employers were decidedly less exotic. ...
 JD Supra3 weeks ago California Legislative Update: It's Now Up To The Governor  JD Supra1 month ago
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