Not a One Shot Deal – The Ninth Circuit Explains the Employer’s Continuing Duty to Accommodate Disability
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that an employer had not fulfilled its duty to accommodate a disabled employee, where the employer had given its employee one accommodation that had not worked out and then fired her. Humphrey v. Memorial Hospitals Ass’n, No. 98-015404 (9th Cir., Feb. 13, 2001). View full article (PDF).