Obtained summary judgment for a leading provider of retirement products on a claim by a former employee that he had been terminated in violation of the ADA, FMLA, and THRA. Employee claimed that the company had improperly designated certain leave as covered by the FMLA, failed to accommodate his disability by refusing to grant him additional leave, and discriminated and retaliated against him because of his disability and for taking FMLA leave.
Defense of ADA/FMLA/THRA Case for Provider of Retirement Products
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