ADA Concepts Amid the Coronavirus Crisis: Complying with Title I, Title II, and Title III

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The coronavirus has all of us on lockdown. It creates all kinds of legal issues, including but not limited to complying with the ADA. This webinar will cover some key ADA concepts and how it applies to the coronavirus situation. It will also explore what it means for complying with Title I, Title II, and Title III of the ADA.


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Event Details

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Course Instructor

William D. Goren, Esq.

General Credits

1

Course Description

The coronavirus has all of us on lockdown. It creates all kinds of legal issues, including but not limited to complying with the ADA. This webinar will cover some key ADA concepts and how it applies to the coronavirus situation. It will also explore what it means for complying with Title I, Title II, and Title III of the ADA.

Syllabus

  1. Is the coronavirus a disability under the ADA?
  2. What does the coronavirus mean for telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA?
  3. Is a person who has recovered from the coronavirus a person with a disability?
  4. How does the “regarded as,” prong of the ADA play into dealing with the coronavirus?
  5. How does ADA’s prohibition on associational discrimination play into dealing with the coronavirus?
  6. Direct threat
  7. Disability-related inquiries and medical examinations.
  8. Reasonable accommodations/modifications
  9. Undue hardship and undue burden
  10. Coronavirus and specific employment situations and whether that transfers over to title II entitled III situations (the EEOC guidance)
  11. Interactive process
  12. ADA as a nondelegable duty

Instructor:

William D. Goren, Esq.

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