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Fourth Circuit Rules that Employers Must Accommodate Temporary Conditions Under the ADA
Employers have a duty to accommodate temporary impairments under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Common Types of Nursing Home Abuse
No person should ever have to be the victim of any type of abuse. Unfortunately, certain individuals are more vulnerable to abuse than others, including small children and people with special needs.
Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit Against NJ Diner
Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit Against NJ Diner
Pregnancy Discrimination Case Against HR Consulting Firm
Pregnancy Discrimination Case Against HR Consulting Firm
Race Discrimination Claim Against International Shipping Company in Newark
Race Discrimination Claim Against International Shipping Company in Newark
LACK OF JURISDICTION: Legacy of Dred Scott and Racisim in U.S. Courts
The legacy of Dred Scott is that the founders did not intend for rights, bestowed by the constitution, to be enjoyed by everyone and that the judicial process can be manipulated in a fashion that forecloses access to the courts based on improper reasons.
U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICY, POLICE BRUTALITY, AND UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE: Dedicated to Michael Brown and Others who have been killed
With many cases of immigrants being wrongfully deported without a fair and adequate hearing pursuant to the treaty and increasing police brutality against minorities like Michael Brown; matters need to be taken directly to the United Nations to address human rights violations under the treaty.
District of Columbia v Heller: The Death Knell for Illinois Handgun Bans?
Some municipalities in Illinois ban the ownership of handguns. The U.S. Supreme Court's robust reading of the right to keep and bear arms places these ordinances in peril.
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