Lesson 9 - David and his parents are suing his company...

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David and his parents are suing his company based on perceived discrimination due to his disability. In this brief, I will show that indeed David does meet the requirements that are outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act. A. David is disabled due to the fact that he has an I.Q. below 75. Since David has been working at this company for five years under the same condition, he definitely has a record of this impairment. David also requires help in performing every day activities such as paying bills, shopping, etc. This is proof of “major life activity” that is required as substantiation of his disability by the ADA. B. David is qualified for his position. This is demonstrated by the fact that he has held this position and satisfactorily performed the job duties for five years. The fact that Dale, David’s new boss, thinks the job should be performed in 20 hours or less does not constitute a job requirement. David has not had this requirement placed on him previously. C.
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course L I R 201 taught by Professor Willits,billie during the Fall '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Lesson 9 - David and his parents are suing his company...

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