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Disability Discrimination – Medical Leave & Retaliation

Emanuel Shirazi

AC is a wonderful professional with a unique talent in her field. She went on a medical leave of absence due to a temporary medical condition. She returned to work with minor work restrictions. Her employer’s refusal to accommodate AC’s work restrictions forced her on to another disability leave. Upon returning to work from her second medical leave, AC was suddenly terminated.

AC complained verbally and in writing multiple times to management about their illegal conduct. But, instead of fixing the issues, her employer let them continue and retaliated against her. Her boss retaliated against her by issuing a false performance warning and terminating her employment shortly after AC returned from leave.

AC’s employer failed to engage in the interactive process, failed to offer a reasonable accommodation, and engaged in illegal disability discrimination and retaliation.

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