Category Archives: ADA

ADA Quiz Show – Part Two

Day 2 of the ADA Quiz Show. Since I am responsible for the questions and also supply the answers, I figure that also means that I am the winner of the show. Small victories. Question 3:  What triggers the interactive … Continue reading

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ADA Quiz Show

I have found that every now and then it helps to break down a complex area of law into some simple (and some not so simple) questions. The quiz show today and Friday is all about the Americans with Disabilities … Continue reading

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Back to the Basics: Title III of the ADA

In the employment world, we hear so often about Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act. However, the go-to people for ADA employment claims oftentimes end up being the ones expected to know the most about Title III of the ADA … Continue reading

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The Arizona Breakdown – EEOC Charges, Sunny Days, and a Few Things In Between

After the blog’s brief hiatus, I started debating what sort of post would be worthy of the “first post back” honors, and I realized that I had so much to update and catch up on within my own state, that I should … Continue reading

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EEOC Issues Informal Discussion Letter Regarding the Requirement that Job Applicants Graduate High School

The EEOC issued an informal discussion letter discussing whether the requirement that an individual graduate high school is a permissible job selection criterion under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The EEOC addressed this because, when employers automatically eliminate from consideration … Continue reading

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