Americans with Disabilities Act handbook
Here's everything you need to prepare your ADA case -from either side of the courtroom. Recognized ADA authority Henry H. Perritt, Jr., clearly defines statutory & regulatory requirements, & he gives you a complete analysis of rapidly expanding case law organized by high profile topics. You'll explore the statutory definition of disability, the concept of being "otherwise qualified" for a job, & exactly how employers, business owners, & providers of governmental services must make "reasonable accommodation." And you'll get the Act & all regulations to date, along with every form you'll need in print & on disk WordPerfect(c) 5.1 format that is easily convertible to other popular word-processing programs.
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Introduction and Overview of Statute
Rehabilitation Act or 1973
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