Dollar General Sued by EEOC for Disability Discrimination
A diabetic sales associate suffering from a hypoglycemic episode while on duty at a Maryville, Tenn., Dollar General was fired for consuming orange juice, which she paid for as soon as the medical emergency had passed, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity...
EEOC Sues McLeod Health for Disability Discrimination
McLeod Health, Inc., a South Carolina regional health care organization that operates several medical facilities around Florence, S.C., unlawfully subjected an employee to illegal medical examinations, forced her to go on leave and subsequently fired her because of her disability,...
1. Employers must focus on a person's ability, not disability, Ridge says
Within the past year, the U.S. Department of Labor made a sweeping policy change that former Gov. Tom Ridge believes will make great strides to help people with disabilities to find jobs.
For many of us, when we go about doing things on a daily basis we utilize and rely upon the use of computer technologies for a variety of reasons: simply to meet our own personal needs or our work obligations. Mobile computing technologies have become the most conventional medium used...
Consent Decree: City of New Rochelle, New York | Complaint
1. Appeals court to reconsider fired Ford worker's telecommuting case
The federal appeals court in Cincinnati has voted to reconsider en banc an April ruling in which an appellate panel had reinstated a disability discrimination...
Statement of Interest: S.S., et al., v. City of Springfield, Massachusetts, et al.
This Statement of Interest was filed to clarify the proper interpretation of the Title II ADA claim at issue in this case, where plaintiffs allege that children with mental health disabilities are segregated in separate...