powers v. USF Holland Inc.

Today’s blog entry is a case that I have blogged on before twice, here and here. On August 15, 2019, the 11th Circuit came down with its second decision on this case, here. Since I have blogged on it before twice, there isn’t any need to cover the facts except through the

One of the topics that we have discussed before (see here for example), is transgender individuals alleging that they have been the victims of disability discrimination. Recently, transgender plaintiffs have also had success in alleging that they are the victims of sex discrimination as sex discrimination includes stereotyping based on gender, which by

Hope everyone had a great holiday weekend, assuming you had a chance to have Martin Luther King Day off. Today’s case, United States v. Asare is a decision that came down on December 20, 2017, from the Southern District of New York. The lesson here is never forget about the interactive process and performing an

Hope everybody had a great Labor Day weekend. Today’s blog entry discusses the professional obligations associated with a person with a disability in litigation. I can’t tell you how often I get a call from a person, generally a couple of times a week, talking about how the court system is not accommodating their disability.

Here’s a fact. No two disabilities even the same ones are the same. Accordingly, it makes perfect sense that the ADA requires an individual analysis throughout. Further, under both title I and title II of the Americans With Disabilities Act, in addition to having a disability, the person must be qualified. That is, capable of