A U.S. appeals court revived a woman’s Americans with Disabilities Act claim that she was fired from a Hagerstown call center after requesting a reduced work schedule.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear Montgomery County’s request that the justices review and overturn an attorney’s fee award to a blind employee whom the county was found to have discriminated against but who was awarded no damages and who received reasonable job accommodations for her disability without a court mandate. In […]
Montgomery County urges Supreme Court to review and reverse an attorney’s fee award to a blind employee whom the county was found to have discriminated against.
A pet waste removal company will pay a former employee $40,000 in settlement of a federal lawsuit alleging it fired the woman from its Rockville facility because she was pregnant. DoodyCalls Inc. admitted no wrongdoing in agreeing to settle with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which filed the suit last year in federal district […]
The Maryland Fair Employment Practices Act requires employers to make reasonable accommodations for disabled employees in their current job or, if that’s not feasible, in a reassigned position, the state’s top court has unanimously ruled in reviving a former inventory manager’s lawsuit against a Salisbury hospital.