The Americans With Disabilities Act Handbook provides comprehensive coverage of the ADA's employment, commercial facilities, and public accommodations provisions as well as coverage of the transportation, communication, and federal, local, and state government requirements.
In one comprehensive two-volume set, you'll get a complete analysis of the Act and all the forms and case law you'll need to prepare your case. Recognized ADA authority Henry H. Perritt, Jr., clearly defines statutory and regulatory requirements for public and private employers, commercial facilities and places of public accommodation.
There's a complete analysis of the rapidly expanding case law - organized by frequently litigated topics, like wheelchair access and AIDS discrimination. In-depth analysis is provided for the numerous federal and state cases and significant regulatory activity by the EEOC cropping up each year.
You'll also get thorough analysis of how the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 relates to ADA. The statutory definition of disability and the concept of being andquot;otherwise qualifiedandquot; for a job are also discussed in-depth. And you'll see exactly what employers, business owners, and providers of governmental services must do to make andquot;reasonable accommodation.andquot;
Plus, a comprehensive section that organizes case law by type of physical and mental impairment and accommodation by type of job requirement, making analysis easier.
Americans With Disabilities Act Handbook has been updated to include:
Analysis of a Supreme Court case finding that Wal-Mart class action did not meet requirements of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 23
Case law applying the 2008 Amendments and EEOC's implementing regulations
Analysis of Supreme Court case providing a framework for andquot;cat's pawandquot; proof of disparate treatment
Analysis of a Supreme Court case finding retaliation because of a fianceand#180;e's protected activity
Analysis of a Supreme Court case allowing oral requests for FMLA leave
Analysis of cases assessing whether the employer erroneously perceived an employee as unable to perform a andquot;range of jobsandquot;
Discussion of a case denying safe harbor to a recovering drug abuser
Analysis of case allowing an employer to assign an HIV-positive employee to train only those employees signing a waiver
Discussion of a case finding that a return-to-work medical examination did not violate the ADA
Analysis of the andquot;one-strikeandquot; rule imposed by an employers' association
Discussion of a case finding that reductions in paratransit services did not violate ADA