A Request for Leave of Two Months is “Too Much” to be Considered as a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA in Illinois and Wisconsin.

By |2018-12-10T06:21:54-06:00December 10th, 2018|ADA, Blog, Employment Law|

In Severson v. Heartland Woodcraft, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals provided clear guidance that a request for leave of two months or more is “too much” to be considered as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA under any circumstances. Employers often deal with situations in which an employee is temporarily unable to work as [...]

ADA Mandates Employers Appoint Employees with Disabilities to Vacant Positions

By |2022-12-05T09:03:08-06:00June 9th, 2013|ADA|

The U.S. Supreme Court recently refused the United Airline's request for a hearing of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sevenths Circuit's decision in EEOC v. United Airlines, Case No. 11-1774.  Therefore, the Supreme Court's order lets stand the 7th Circuit's decision affirming the right of qualified disabled employees to seek reassignment to vacant [...]

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