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Houston Court of Appeals Holds That an Employee Recently Released from a Drug Rehab Program Is a "Current" Drug Addict for Purposes of Disability Discrimination

The disability discrimination statutes under both federal and state law expressly exclude current drug addiction as a disability. In Melendez v. Houston Independent School District, No. 14-12-00946-CV (Tex. App. -- Read More

The EEOC Issues Guidance for Mental Health Providers in Reasonable Accommodation Cases

The EEOC has jurisdiction over claims for disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Many cases under the ADA involve an employer's duty to provide reasonable accommodations to a Read More

The EEOC Revises Its Guidance on Specific Disabilities Under the ADA

The EEOC has jurisdiction over claims of disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.  The EEOC has issued specific guidelines for certain disabilities.  The EEOC has now revised those Read More

The EEOC Revises Its Guidance on Specific Disabilities Under the ADA

The EEOC has jurisdiction over claims of disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.  The EEOC has issued specific guidelines for certain disabilities.  The EEOC has now revised those Read More

What Is Disability Discrimination in Texas?

This is a short guide to the principles of law that govern claims for employment discrimination based on disability status.  There are two statutes that apply: the Americans with Disabilities Read More

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