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Employment Discrimination – Disability – ADA – Schedule Accommodation (access required)

An employer wins summary judgment in a 56-year-old maintenance engineer’s action alleging the employer’s failure to accommodate his heart disease and chronic leukemia with a change in his factory shift schedule violated the Americans with Disabilities Act; the Roanoke U.S. ...

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Quite a lesson

What are they teaching in school these days? Up at Albemarle High School in Charlottesville, you can learn about the nine amendments to the Constitution in the Bill of Rights. Nine amendments? Yep, at Albemarle High, they apparently don’t have ...

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Lawyer Could-Have-Been: John Cleese

As a member of the “Monty Python” troupe, John Cleese helped transform the epic, and to some, dull tales of King Arthur’s life into comic relief. He helped create a generation of comedy centered on hilarious stupidity. From parts in ...

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