Tag Archives: ADA

Encore Performances from Our Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar to Start in the Fall

Ver la versión en español aquí May 1, 2014, was not a typical day in the office for us. We left our offices from across the state and headed to the Trump National Doral Hotel to join over 380 attendees at our 24th Annual Labor and Employment Law Seminar. Thanks to all the private and public … Continue Reading

Appeals Court Says ADA’s Safe Harbor Provision Permitted Medical Examination and Disability-Related Inquiries for Wellness Program Tied to Group Health Plan

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, which has jurisdiction over Florida, ruled on Monday that Broward County’s wellness program, which required employees to undergo a biometric screening and fill out a health assessment questionnaire, did not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).  The ADA generally prohibits medical examinations and disability-related inquiries unless job-related and … Continue Reading

Is Being “Gun Shy” About Providing a Urine Sample an ADA Disability?: EEOC Opinion Letter Illustrates the Breadth of the ADA Amendments

Ever have stage fright when having to urinate in a public toilet?  Can’t offer a sample for that employment-related drug test?  The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may protect such a condition and require the employer to offer a reasonable accommodation. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC or Commission) recently issued an Opinion Letter on the … Continue Reading
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