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Dialysis Clinic, Inc. Sued By EEOC For Disability Discrimination

Sacramento Clinic Fired Nurse With Breast Cancer Over Medical Leave, Federal Agency Charges - SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Nationwide healthcare provider Dialysis Clinic, Inc. (DCI) violated federal law by firing and refusing...more

Princeton Healthcare Pays $1.35 Million to Settle Disability Discrimination Suit with EEOC

Hospital Fired Employees After 12 Weeks of Leave, Federal Agency Says - TRENTON, N.J. --- Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS), which operates an inpatient hospital and several outpatient medical facilities, will pay...more

Employment Law Advisory for February 28, 2014: The EEOC's New Challenge to a 12 Month Maximum Medical Leave Policy

Human resource professionals know that administering leave policies and practices is one of the most difficult tasks for any employer. An employer’s obligations to provide reasonable accommodation to a disabled employee and...more

Oakland Children's Hospital Sued by EEOC for Disability Discrimination

Medical Center Fired Employee with Breast Cancer, Federal Agency Charged - OAKLAND, Calif. - An Oakland-based non-profit regional medical center violated federal law when it failed to accommodate and instead fired an...more

EEOC Sues Midwest Regional Medical Center For Disability Discrimination

Hospital Fired Employee for Accepting its Offer of a Brief Leave of Absence After Cancer Treatment, Federal Agency Charged - OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Midwest Regional Medical Center, an acute care hospital and for-profit...more

Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation Sued by EEOC for Disability Discrimination

Company Now Known as RockTenn CP, LLC Fired Employee Because of His Disability, Federal Agency Charges - FLORENCE, S.C. - RockTenn CP, LLC formerly known as Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation, discriminated against an...more

Americold Logistics to Pay $46,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Lawsuit

Employee Fired Because of Chronic Back Pain, Federal Agency Charged - INDIANAPOLIS -- Americold Logistics, LLC, an Atlanta-based global provider of temperature-controlled warehousing and logistics to the food industry,...more

Failure To Provide Additional Leave As ADA Accommodation Could Prove Costly To Employers

For ages, the employer community has awaited guidance from the EEOC regarding how much additional leave, if any, an employer is required to provide an employee as an ADA reasonable accommodation when an employee is unable to...more

To Terminate or Not to Terminate. . . That is the Question

The Facts – “What Happened?”: The plaintiff, Ms. Mocic, worked as an EMT for the employer/defendant (SCEMS) for almost four years. She became pregnant in 2009. She requested and was granted an apparently uneventful...more

Henderson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Sued by EEOC for Disability Discrimination

Employee Fired Because of Her Disability, Agency Charges - HENDERSON, N.C. - Britthaven, Inc. and its successor, Principle Long Term, Inc., operators of a nursing and rehabilitation center in Henderson, N.C.,...more

Quick Hits: Love in the Workplace, Public Employees, Pleading Standards, ADR, Novartis Settlement, EEOC Statistics

On this Valentine’s Day, while you’re out shopping for flowers and chocolate, here are a few nuggets of employment law that you might have missed lately: Since love is in the air today, Robin Shea continues the...more

Connecticut Mandates Paid Sick Leave and Bars Pre-Employment Credit Checks

With Democrats fully in control of both legislative houses and the governorship of a union-friendly state for the first time in more than a decade, two new laws have been enacted that place Connecticut at the leading edge of...more

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