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Removal of ergonomic workstation supports disability bias claim but not failure to accommodate claim
By Kathleen Kapusta, J.D. Although a Gonzaga University employee claimed that refusing to allow her dog into sporting events was a failure to accommodate, Gonzaga did not know it was a service animal
Private security officers were employees, not independent contractors—their day job notwithstanding
By Lisa Milam, J.D. A district court erred in finding that traffic control workers were not “economically dependent” on the security company defendant because they also held day jobs in la
Union may challenge impact of Janus on its duty to provide fair representation to non-members
By Ronald Miller, J.D. An Illinois union successfully argued that, after Janus, its statutory obligations requiring it to represent non-members without compensation violated its First Amendment rights
Jury to decide if exec was fired for disclosing pending EEOC charges against her former employer
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. Though a wireless distributor asserted it terminated an employee because AT&T had barred her from working with AT&T customers, she presented evidence suggesting she w
Because statement that applicant was ‘not forthcoming’ about prior criminal case was not false, $750K defamation award, punitives reversed
By Kathleen Kapusta, J.D. Reversing a $750K award of punitive damages on the applicant’s state-law claim as well as the $750K defamation award, the court noted that there was “scant case lawR