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Seventh Circuit Reiterates Standard for Establishing Substantial Limitation on the Ability to Work

It goes without saying that an employee cannot prevail on a disability discrimination claim unless he is actually disabled. In the context of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), this means that he must show that a disability “substantially limits” one or more of his “major life activities.”  Predictably, plaintiffs often allege that the “major life activity” that their disability has impacted is the activity of “working." Thus, an important question for employers is this: when does a disability actually limit an employee’s ability to work? More ›

Federal Court: Teacher’s Anxiety About Losing her job was an ADA Disability

Could an employee’s anxiety over the possibility of being fired be a disability under federal law?  Yes it can, according to one federal court in South Dakota. More ›

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