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What Employee Accommodations are Required Under the ADA?

I. What are Your Responsibilities as an Employer?The federal American with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and many similar state laws require employers to “reasonably” accommodate an otherwise qualified disabled applicant or employee to perform the essential job functions of the position or enjoy equal benefits of employment as similarly situated employees. Similarly, other federal and state ...
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Life, Liberty, and a Gluten-Free Meal

Colonial Williamsburg Restaurant sued under the ADA for not allowing child to consume his home-prepared gluten-free meal. The Governor’s Palace in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. A brick Colonial house with a courtyard, and former home of Thomas Jefferson. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 to prevent discrimination against individuals with disabilities in ...
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Preventing Cybercrime

HOW TO RESPOND TO COMPUTER POP-UPS. In addition to being annoying, computer pop-ups or notifications are often the first step a cyber-criminal uses to victimize unsuspecting users. Be cautious of any notification or pop-up messages. Examples include emails that say you have to download something in order to see a greeting card or a message ...
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Knowing Water Freezes Does NOT Mean Defendant Should Foresee that Water Will Freeze at a Certain Location

Businesses can control many factors on their property, but they cannot control the weather or alter the laws of physics. Water freezes at 32°F. Ice is slippery. Everybody knows the basic facts of the physical properties of water and ice. Among attorneys, there’s another equally well-known fact: Whenever a plaintiff slips and falls on ice—whether ...
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