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County Did Not Violate ADA When It Proposed A Half-Time Office Job With Full Pay But Refused To Grant Other Accommodations Requested By Plaintiff

By on January 14, 2019 in ADA with 0 Comments

One of the most difficult issues for employers to deal with is the work injury which leaves an employee with lasting difficulties in performing job duties.  Employers encounter this frequently with occupational claims such as carpal tunnel or epicondylitis where the employer settles the compensable workers’ compensation claim and then places the employee back in […]

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Report of Plaintiff’s Personal Doctor Undercuts Her ADA Claim for Discrimination in Post-Offer Exam

By on November 16, 2017 in ADA with 0 Comments
Report of Plaintiff’s Personal Doctor Undercuts Her ADA Claim for Discrimination in Post-Offer Exam

On July 26, 2012, Stephanie Nichols applied for a job as a Senior Radiology Technologist with OhioHealth Corp at the Riverside Breast Health Center.  She had worked in similar positions for over 30 years.  Nichols received the job offer contingent on passing a medical examination.  In the health assessment form that Nichols completed, she was […]

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