The Top FMLA And ADA Decisions Of 2019: Part 1

Law360 (January 9, 2020, 1:01 PM EST) -- As we look back on 2019, it seems fitting to reflect on some of the more significant decisions issued this year under the Family and Medical Leave Act[1] and the Americans with Disabilities Act.[2] These are complex statutes, and administration of leaves and/or the handling of employee accommodation requests continue to confound even the most careful and seasoned human resources and employment law practitioners.

Calendar year 2019 saw the issuance of myriad court opinions that taught valuable lessons or indicated trends with regard to leaves and accommodations. This two-part article will review six of these significant decisions and discuss their importance...

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