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Is your Website ADA Compliant?

The Americans with Disabilities Act states that places of public accommodation, like stores, museums, restaurants, and movie theaters, must ensure equal access to the goods and services to people with disabilities as to people without disabilities. New case law is developing regarding whether a business’s website falls under the purview of the ADA. The US Read More

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Can my Child’s School Suspend him for Posting on Facebook?

Back on October 23, 2013, a Central York High School student posted a remark on Facebook after a bomb threat had forced the school to evacuate. His post, “Plot twist, bomb isn’t found and goes off tomorrow,” was seen as enough of a threat by the school’s administrators that the district’s superintendent questioned the student Read More

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Workplace Bullies Pose Threat to Employers

When people hear the word “bullying” they may think of schools or playgrounds, but in truth, workplace bullying has become increasingly pervasive, and can create significant legal ramifications for employers. In fact, a 2012 survey by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 51% of organizations reported incidents of workplace bullying.  Workplace bullying is Read More

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Can My Employer Fire Me For Medical Marijuana Use?

Just this past week the Colorado Supreme Court in a much-anticipated decision ruled that a medical marijuana patient who was fired after testing positive on a company drug test was not entitled to reinstatement. The case made headlines back in 2010 when Brandon Coates, a quadriplegic medical marijuana patient, was fired from his job — Read More

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Partial Deafness May Not Qualify Under Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act was amended in 2008 in part as a response to narrow judicial interpretation of the word “disabilities.” The amended version, the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (hereinafter “ADAAA”), expands the definition of “disability,” construing a broad new range of coverage for groups previously denied protection under the Act including Read More

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Employment Complaints

The tightened job market has led to increased pressure on both employees and employers to maximize potential in the workplace. It has been argued that his increased pressure has caused a generally more hostile work environment, with increased reports of improper conduct such as discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. An employee falling victim to improper conduct Read More

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Warrantless Blood Draw

Is the dissipation of alcohol in the bloodstream enough of an emergency to justify a blood draw without permission or a warrant from a suspected drunk driver? While a Missouri law said yes, the Supreme Court, on April 17, disagreed, striking down that state’s law allowing police to compel drunk-driving suspects to provide blood samples, even absent Read More

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Gender Discrimination Hot Issue in New Jersey

Would you find it a bit odd if a woman had never been selected to referee a top-level men’s high school basketball competition? That is the exact argument the Third Circuit refused to dismiss in a claim of gender discrimination brought in New Jersey.  The Plaintiff, Tamika Covington, alleges that despite being qualified, she has Read More

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Workplace Email

It was recently reported that Harvard University took it upon itself to view the work emails of 16 residential deans as part of its investigation into a cheating scandal. The level of outrage at Harvard’s investigation that this may conjure will depend entirely on the extent to which you believe employees have an expectation of Read More

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PA Ruling Puts Some DUI Checkpoints in Doubt

Ruling: Sheriffs not authorized to conduct DUI checkpoints When approaching a DUI checkpoint, your first thought might be about the traffic delays and long lines, but it’s probably not, “Who’s running this thing anyway?” A new Pennsylvania Supreme Court case suggests this is a critical question. In the recently decided Commonwealth v. Marconi, the Supreme Read More

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