Litigation Is Not Accommodating: How Failure To Accommodate Claims Look In Court

Litigation Is Not Accommodating: How Failure To Accommodate Claims Look In Court

SHRM 2012 Annual Conference
Learn how to anticipate litigation challenges before there is litigation, how to handle common ADA issues, and how to best defend litigation.
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This is the sequel to the very popular 'How Would This Look In Court?'  This program provides a window into how ADA claims play out in court, using excerpts from the deposition of a HR professional to show how things can go wrong, or right, in litigation.  Video vignettes are used to show common fact patterns involving accommodation requests and other disability issues, followed by education through deposition excerpts in which the HR professional is interrogated regarding the way things were handled.  You will learn how to think ahead to litigation when handling ADA issues, and how to prepare for and respond to common litigation challenges.  Litigation topics addressed will include the discovery process, depositions, and preserving evidence.  ADA topics addressed will include reasonable accommodation, the interactive process, proving undue hardship, and disability discrimination.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Wednesday, June 27, 2012 - 10:00am to 11:15am
Presenter: 

John Mark Polson

John Mark
Polson
John Polson is a partner in the Irvine, California office of Fisher & Phillips LLP where he has worked since graduating from Loyola Law School in 1991. He represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including litigation, compliance, employment tax, and transactional matters. He has particular expertise representing staffing and HR outsourcing companies. John is licensed in both California and Texas. John has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 2007. He is a frequent lecturer and author regarding labor and employment related matters.
Location: 
A302
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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