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A police sergeant blamed his communication issues on ADHD. Did a court let him off the hook because of the Americans With Disabilities Act?
How did a court rule on whether an employer is required to accommodate the profane outbursts of an employee with a disability?
An 18-year employee’s known diabetic condition was not enough to prevent her employer from accusing her of theft.
How explicit do you have to be for your employer to know that you have an ADA-defined disability?
What is a kirpan, and why was a Sikh IRS agent fired for wearing one to work?
Older white man’s uneven work history precluded a discrimination case after he was passed over for someone 30 years younger.
An EEOC discussion letter states that the ADA and ADEA cover only one-way discrimination; they do not cover those without disabilities or the more youthful.
Can a manager legally keep his employee, who has diabetes, from testing her blood sugar? Read this and other recent discrimination cases.
Find out how the EEOC settled this race, national-origin and religious-discrimination case, and read how the courts ruled in other workplace-related lawsuits.