Reasonable Accommodation Expands Under the Rehabilitation Act
Outten & Golden LLP attorney Paul Mollica discusses Solomon v. Vilsack, flextime and unconventional work scheduling as a “reasonable accommodation” has been the subject of several appellate decisions in the last eighteen months.
Title I ADA: When Is a Medical Exam a Business Necessity
Outten & Golden LLP lawyer Paul Mollica discusses Kroll v. White Lake Ambulance Authority. It is a 6th Circuit case that adds to the slim body of law on when an employer’s medical examination “may be deemed job-related and consistent with business necessity” under 42 U.S.C. §12112(d)(4)(A).
Mismanagement of 401k Plan Standard of Fiduciary Duty
Outten & Golden LLP attorney Paul Mollica comments on “Tatum v. RJR Investment Committee, No. 13-1360 (4th Cir. Aug. 4, 2014).” The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals recently reversed a district court decision and held corporate fiduciaries liable for losses to 401(k) plan.
Summary Judgments in Employment Cases Too Often
Outten & Golden LLP attorney Paul Mollica discusses an employment discrimination in the case Malin v. Hospira, Inc., is the subject of a recent post in the Employment Law Blog.
Outten & Golden LLP partner Wendi S. Lazar speaking about the firm, and the work we do
Wendi S. Lazar, co-chair of the Executives & Professionals practice group, speaking about the firm, and the work we do.
Adam T. Klein speaking about potential clients working with Outten & Golden LLP
Adam T. Klein, partner of Outten & Golden LLP, speaking about the firm and potential clients working with the firm for the first time.