Law360, New York (October 25, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- As a trial consultant, when I’m participating in a jury selection for a plaintiff, I do not ask, “Have you ever sought a workplace accommodation for a disability?” Instead I ask, “Have you ever worked with someone who received a workplace accommodation for a disability?”
The last time I asked that question, a very nice woman walked up to the judge’s bench to share her experience. She said she worked with a woman who had multiple sclerosis.
We asked her, “How did that situation work out?...
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