Leonard Feigel

Leonard Feigel

Foley & Lardner LLP

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When You Wish Upon a Scheduling Accommodation, Dreams Come True…

The obligation for an employer to generally make scheduling accommodations to enable an employee to follow the basic tenets of his or her religious faith is a well-established requirement under Title VII’s anti-discrimination...more

9/24/2014 - Reasonable Accommodation Religion Religious Discrimination Title VII

Using “Light Duty” Lightly – and Properly

Employers often use the term “light duty” in a variety of employment contexts from job creation for occupationally injured employees to job duty modification to accommodate employee medical restrictions. However, employers...more

4/29/2014 - ADA Disability Employer Liability Issues Reasonable Accommodation

More Facebook Issues: This Time, It’s the Stored Communications Act

Employer use of social media information in employment decisions has received much attention in the past couple of years. As we have previously reported, several states have passed laws precluding employers from asking for...more

9/11/2013 - Facebook NLRA NLRB Passwords Social Media Stored Communications Act

Does "I Quit" Really Mean I Need FMLA Leave?

Imagine you have an employee who is out three weeks on a medical leave protected by the FMLA. The employee suffers from a serious mental condition (or some other chronic condition), which has required her to take FMLA...more

5/21/2013 - FMLA Hiring & Firing Medical Leave Mental Illness Resignation

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