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The need for actual medical evidence in disability cases

Employers frequently call with concerns about employees who self disclose an alleged disabling condition that is not readily apparent, and who claim substantial limitations as a result. The employer’s concerns center on when...more

Bill Passed In Maryland General Assembly Expanding Protections Against Pregnancy Discrimination To Maryland Employees

The General Assembly recently passed a bill which expands protections against pregnancy discrimination to employees in Maryland. The bill, which is expected to be signed by Governor O’Malley and, if signed, will take effect...more

Changes to FEHA Pregnancy Regulations

New pregnancy regulations proposed by the Fair Employment and Housing Commission (FEHC) were approved on November 30, 2012. The changes to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), which applies to employers with...more

New California Disability Regulations to Become Effective December 30

California employers should take action promptly to ensure compliance with new state disability and pregnancy disability regulations. On December 26, California's Office of Administrative Law approved new disability...more

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