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Kieffer v. CPR Restoration & Cleaning Service, LLC

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Federal Courts Signal That Denial of a Request for Indefinite Leave May Not Violate the ADA

Goldberg Segalla LLP • July 16, 2018
Under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), certain employers are required to make a reasonable accommodation to a qualified employee who has a disability. There is a growing trend in the federal courts that requests for an indefinite amount of time off from work due to a disability do not qualify as a reasonable accommodation and that an employer who denies such a request has not violated the ADA.