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Featuring: James Venable, VP of Compliance and Lori Welty, Esq., Senior Compliance Counsel

Learn more about an employer’s obligations to provide a leave of absence when an employee isn’t eligible for, or has used up their FMLA leave. ReedGroup’s lawyers will analyze the key differences between the Americans with Disabilities Act and the FMLA and how they impact leave of absence. We’ll talk about:

  • leave of absence as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA, both in terms of continuous and intermittent leave;
  • the key takeaways from the Severson case; and
  • guidance from the EEOC about intermittent leave and the ADA.

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