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Media Coverage

Disability-Related Misconduct

1 August 2012
Employment Law Strategist; see page 5 of PDF
Part one of a two-part bylined article by Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andrew Nicely (Washington, DC) examines the divergent approaches taken by courts in handling the extent of accommodations that must be made for a disabled person who engages in misconduct as a result of his or her disability.
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