By Peter Blanck; Bruce A. Goldstein, Esq.; William N. Myhill
Every year, thousands of disability-related judicial decisions and administrative rulings are issued interpreting several complex federal laws – all of which have undergone changes in recent years. At this rapid pace, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the nuances of relevant laws and how each new decision "fits" with existing case law.
But you need to, in order to provide your clients with accurate and current guidance on how to stay in legal compliance. Legal Rights of Persons with Disabilities, An Analysis of Federal Law is your answer.
This new treatise comprehensively examines recent federal court decisions on the most significant disability discrimination topics, covering new developments with the American with Disabilities Act Amendments Act and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
It’s your in-depth research tool that explores the boundaries of acceptable behavior under disability laws and provides guidelines to help your clients fulfill their legal obligations.
Arranged by topic for easy research, the Second Edition will help you:
- Determine if the employee or employer has the burden of proof on the issue of direct threat
- Apply GINA’s safe harbor provision when seeking an employee’s medical information
- Evaluate if a business is covered by Title III of the ADA and must provide accessible facilities
- And other issues!