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In this one-hour June 28, 2021 presentation, Hope A. Comisky, Esquire gives a clear explanation of the often confusing overlap of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Ms. Comisky compares the statutes, gives examples in practice, and reviews court decisions with overlapping ADA and FMLA claims.Ms. Comisky is a member of the Philadelphia, PA law firm of Griesing Law LLC, where she is Chair of the Employment Law practice group and the Ethics & Professional Responsibility practice group. With over thirty-five years of employment and litigation experience, Ms. Comisky counsels clients on employment issues, provides training to managers and staff, and gives advice on employment litigation matters.
Major topics include:
Comparison of the two statutes
Examples in practice from the regulations
Useful case studies
Important lessons learned
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