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Gregory Waldon, et al., v. Cincinnati Public Schools

Issue: Can an employer be held liable for disparate impact discrimination when it terminates employees in accordance with the mandates of a new state law?


K&D Management LLC v. Deirdre Masten

Issue: Is a holdover tenant prohibited from alleging Ohio Revised Code 4112 discriminatory retaliation (as opposed to ORC 5321.02 retaliation) during an eviction proceeding — and, if not, must the discrimination allegation be resolved by the court prior to granting the eviction?


McMillan v. City of New York

Issue: Whether timely arrival at work is an essential function, as a matter of law.


Crider v. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 15444 (July 23, 2012)

Issues: Can an individual with a sincerely held religious belief ask for her Sabbath off every week as a reasonable accommodation when her co-workers are claiming that this creates an undue hardship on them?


Did You Know?

Ohio’s laws against discrimination, spelled out in Ohio Revised Code 4112.02(J), prohibit people from aiding or abetting unlawful discriminatory practices.

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