policies and procedures

As readers of this blog know, I don’t usually blog more than once a week. However, I had a moment and a real cool idea already in the can so to speak, so here goes.

At least once a month, I get a call from someone around the country talking about how the court system

I was giving serious consideration to blogging on Stragapede v. City of Evanston, Illinois. After all, it isn’t very far from where I grew up, and I have all kinds of family connections to Northwestern University. So, I spent a lot of time in Evanston, including attending many a Northwestern University athletic event. However,

Today’s case, Aguirre v. California School of Court Reporting-Riverside, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 167980 (C.D. Cal. December 2, 2016), comes from a publication that I subscribe to call Disability Compliance for Higher Education. It is an excellent publication geared towards the professionals that serve people with disabilities in higher education. It also will

The promise of the Americans with Disabilities Act was that it would improve the workforce participation of persons with disabilities. It hasn’t happened. Therefore, the federal government is beginning to go further. Recently, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs issued proposed regulations mandating affirmative-action for persons with disabilities for every government contractor that has