Remember the Atkins v. City of Los Angeles case? I wrote about it three weeks ago. Well, the Court of Appeals modified its opinion as follows: The opinion filed February 14, 2017 and certified for publication is modified as follows: … Continue reading
Category Archives: Interactive Process
A bunch of probationary police cadets sued the Los Angeles Police Department for disability discrimination under FEHA and related causes of action. All of them were injured while cadets, and they accused the LAPD of discrimination after they were all … Continue reading
A trial court’s summary judgment dismissing plaintiff’s FEHA discrimination lawsuit recently provided California’s Second Appellate District Court of Appeal to issue a comprehensive opinion on almost all issues relating to disability discrimination and medical condition discrimination cases under FEHA. And … Continue reading
Here’s a primer on the Interactive Process from California Lawyer. You can even take the test and get MCLE credits!
All employers should be aware that it’s dangerous to discriminate against employees who suffer from breast cancer. The Morongo Unified School District learned this the hard way when their summary judgment was reversed by the Fourth Appellate District’s recent decision. … Continue reading