Cummings v. premier rehab Keller

When it comes to the ADA, there are three possible kinds of lawsuits. First, disparate treatment. Second, failure to accommodate. Third, disparate impact. You don’t see a lot of disparate impact cases. As a result, I thought it would be useful to blog on a decision dealing with the disparate impact issue. Our case of

Happy new year everyone and hope everyone had a great holiday season.

Today’s blog entry deals with the issue of what happens when an employer doesn’t keep disability related information confidential. The case of the day is Purvenas-Hayes v. Saltz, Mongeluzzi & Bedensky, P.C. decided by the United States District Court for the Eastern

In going through my cases in my blog pipeline, I decided to blog on the case of Basta v. Novant Health Inc. It was decided on December 27, 2022, and it is a published decision from the Fourth Circuit. It is a case concerning the effective communication obligations of hospitals to their patients and to

Sometimes I just don’t know until the last minute as to what case I will blog on for the week. I originally thought I would blog on a religious accommodation case. Then, this morning I saw a Fifth Circuit decision involving mandatory reassignment. Right when I was finishing up reading that decision, I saw an