Employee Leave Requests: ADA Considerations During COVID-19

January 18, 2022
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Today’s episode features a discussion of how employers should handle leaves and requests for leave due to COVID-19 and “long COVID” under the FMLA (the Family and Medical Leave Act) and the ADA (the Americans with Disabilities Act).

Participating in this discussion are Melissa Costello, Of Counsel in Ballard’s Phoenix office, Tara Humma, an Associate in Ballard’s New Jersey office, and Karli Lubin, an Associate in Ballard’s Philadelphia office. Melissa, Tara and Karli all focus on representing employers in labor and employment litigation and investigations and counselling them on employment policies and practices.

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