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As workplaces begin to return to in-person, employers, workers, unions, and their counsel need to understand recent changes to the New York City Human Rights law and how it differs from the ADA. The law requires employers who know or should have known about an employee's disability–broadly defined–to offer reasonable accommodations or face potential litigation for disability discrimination. Employers need to understand how the lingering effects of the pandemic might affect staff members and create a need for changes in policies and practices. Join us for this live webinar as we discuss how both workers and employers can benefit by using the tool of reasonable accommodation to keep staff working effectively and avoid litigation or grievances.
CLEs: 1.5 NYS CLEs—Professional Practice (Transitional and Non-Transitional)
Alex Berke is an employment lawyer and provides advice and counsel on sexual harassment and discrimination cases, including pregnancy, disability, race and gender as well as religi
Joseph B. Cartafalsa represents management in all aspects of labor and employment law and related litigation at Ogletree Deakins’ NYC office.
Wendy Strobel Gower is a project director at the Yang Tan Institute.
Dr. Melba Sullivan is Chief Executive Officer/Founder of Freedom Flow Solutions, LLC.
- Director, Labor and Employment Law Programs, ILR School
Esta Bigler, Esq., as Director of Cornell University ILR’s Labor and Employment Law Program, uses her extensive background in labor and employment law to convene conferences and forums studying the