The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a provision of the state’s workers compensation act that defers benefits for injured employees who return to work is unconstitutional.
In a move that could have widespread implications, a judge has ordered a sheltered workshop to pay more than $54,000 in damages and back pay after wrongly setting subminimum wages.
Airline regulators are looking to improve service for passengers with disabilities with possible new rules on everything from restroom access to in-flight entertainment and service animals.
One of the city’s most beloved tourist attractions is a nightmare for people in wheelchairs, a disability rights group says.
New federal data indicates that the number of reported hate crimes targeting people with disabilities has ticked up.
Effective January 1, 2016, an employee’s request for an accommodation for a disability or for religious reasons is considered to be “protected activity” for a retaliation claim und
A packaging firm will pay $1.7 million to conciliate a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission disability discrimination charge, the agency said.
A company official of Lake Forest, Illinois-based Pactiv L.L.C. said in a statement the agreement is consistent with the company’s “inclusive philosophies.”
Tampa, FL (Law Firm Newswire) November 3, 2015 – Senator John Barrasso, R-Wyoming, has introduced a bill to expedite the payment
Employers — especially at small companies — are far less likely to respond to job seekers with disabilities, according to findings from a field test looking at thousands of applications.