- Credit: 3.0 Credit Hours
Description: Learn about the first cases decided under the newly expanded Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and find out what this means for attorneys representing either employees or employers. Faculty will address these questions and more:
How are ADA cases analyzed under the ADAAA and new EEOC regulations?
What is the difference between pursuing actual disability and “regarded as” disability claims?
Can employers still challenge whether an employee's medical condition is a disability?
What questions are left unanswered by the EEOC regulations?
What is the status of “working” as a major life activity?
What does the EEOC mean by “predictable assessments” of disabling conditions?
How have the courts interpreted the ADAAA? Are there some medical conditions that the courts have said are not disabilities?
What does the ADAAA mean for the importance of reasonable accommodation?
Where is the EEOC targeting its enforcement efforts?
What does the EEOC say about leave as a reasonable accommodation and about employer leave policies?
Under the ADAAA, how should employers defend disability discrimination claims?
D.C. Bar Conference Center
1101 K Street NW
(Nearest Metro Stop: Metro Center 12th Street)
Washington DC 20005
- CLE Program 202-626-3488
- Lisa Banks, Katz Marshall & Banks, LLP
- Daniel Kohrman, AARP Foundation Litigation
- Jonathan Mook, DiMuro Ginsberg PC
- CLE Credit
Administrative Law and Agency Practice Section $89.00
Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Section $89.00
D.C. Bar Members $99.00
Government Attorneys $109.00
Labor and Employment Law Section $89.00
Litigation Section $89.00