Intertwining Disability and Workplace Conduct: The ADA, the EEOC, and More


Intertwining Disability and Workplace Conduct Issues:
The ADA, the EEOC, and More


Webinar

with speaker

John Stanley
Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Time: 10:00-11:30am PT
Presenter: John Stanley
Cost: $45 per site

In this 90-minute webinar, Supervisory Trial Attorney John Stanley will present an overview of the ADA statute's baseline coverage standards and then drill down on reasonable accommodation issues, including the obligation to engage in the interactive process with individuals who have disabilities and the special considerations that may arise when workplace conduct is based on disability. Finally, Mr. Stanley will review charge filing, mediation and litigation processes applicable to individuals who bring their workplace-conduct, and other ADA claims that are brought to the EEOC.

John Stanley heads the legal unit of the EEOC's Seattle Field Office. He has litigated ADA cases since the inception of the Commission's enforcement efforts in 1992.

Continuing Education Credits available:

-1.5 CRCC credits
-3 ACTCP Optional Foundation credits
-1.5 ACVREP credits
-A Letter of Attendance


Live Closed-Captioning will be available during the presentations.

 

Contact Information

  • For assistance with registration:
    Miranda Levy
    Northwest ADA Center
    Phone: 425-774-2303

    Email:
    levym@uw.edu

Payment Instructions

  • This webinar costs:
    $45 per site

    Payment in the Form of:
    Credit Cards - Visa or MasterCard
    Purchase Order
    Check

    Please make checks payable to:
    University of Washington
    6912 220th Street SW, Suite 105
    Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

    Payment Questions:
    Christine Fowler
    Direct: 425-771-7429 
    Email: cc43@uw.edu


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