DGRead 22.03.01

The ADA: Impact of COVID-19; The Virginia House vs. Senate on the Sale of Marijuana: February Update; Virginia’s New Battle Over Minimum Wage

DGRead 22.02.15

IMLA Webinar > The Americans with Disabilities Act Update: The Impact of COVID-19; ADA Claims on the Rise; COVID-19: Infection as a “Regarded As” Disability

DGRead 22.02.01

How Could a Politically Divided Government Affect the Regulation of the Sale of Marijuana in Virginia?; Policy doesn’t apply to closures caused by COVID orders: Because There Might be “TROUBLE AHEAD AND TROUBLE BEHIND” the ADA Does Not Protect a Railroad Engineer from Having to Turn Over His Medical Records after a Positive Drug Test

TROUBLE AHEAD AND TROUBLE BEHIND

Because There Might be “TROUBLE AHEAD AND TROUBLE BEHIND” the ADA Does Not Protect a Railroad Engineer from Having to Turn Over His Medical Records after a Positive Drug Test On January 14, 2022 the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a Railroad engineer did not comply with the ADA when he did not […]

How Could a Politically Divided Government Affect the Regulation of the Sale of Marijuana in Virginia?

By M. Jarrad Wright Last year, the Commonwealth of Virginia became the first state in the deep south to legalize marijuana. While legalization was relatively easy, regulating the manufacture and sale of marijuana is proving to be more difficult. The legalization law contained various plans for government agencies, tax schemes, and permitting that is to […]

DGRead 22.01.15

OFCCP’s New Contractor Portal; 2022 Heralds Changes for Virginia Employees; DiMuroGinsberg Congratulates Selma Modesste!

DGRead 22.01.01

Overcoming COVID-19 Challenges in the Workplace; Americans with Disabilities Act: November, 2021 Litigation Update; Rocket Docket Update; The Biggest Disability Bias Decisions of 2021; Are You Tripped Up When it Comes to Making Your Building ADA Compliant?; Happy New Year!

Americans with Disabilities Act: November, 2021 Litigation Update

Title I – Employee Rights and Employer Obligations “Regarded As” Disabled In EEOC v. Place, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals emphasized that under the “regarded as” prong of the definition of disability, an employer need not regard an employee as having an impairment that substantially limits a major life activity. All that is required […]

DGRead 21.12.15

A Teaspoon of Medicine Helps the Medicine Go Down; Rocket Docket Update; Jury Slams Walmart for $125 Million; Nina Ginsberg Wins Another Lawyer of the Year Award; Happy Holidays

DGRead 21.12.01

COVID-19 and Navigating the New Normal Workplace; Wither OSHA’s Vaccination/Testing Mandate?; Does the ADA Apply to Cyberspace?; As Virginia Turns Red, Changes Are in Store; Thankful