Employment Law Final Summer2009

Employment Law Final Summer2009 - 1EMPLOYMENT LAW SUMMER...

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1EMPLOYMENT LAW SUMMER 2009 PROFESSOR JASON HAMM FINAL EXAMINATION – JULY 13, 2009 TIME: 2 HOURS This is an open book, open note exam. There are 3 questions. Each question has a suggested approximate amount of time to spend on it. This is just a rough estimate. You are free to allocate your time however you wish. If your analysis for any question depends on facts that are not yet known, then identify what facts are needed and how they would affect the analysis. For each question, you need not discuss the different categories of damages that may be available (i.e., back pay, emotional distress, punitive damages, etc.). Your answers should focus on the questions of liability. There are 100 points possible. There are 3 pages total, including this cover page. Do not put your name on your answers. Use your identification number instead. Good Luck! 1
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Question 1 (Approx. 60 minutes) Jeff has a hearing impairment. He can hear well enough to function normally in most settings, although he must exert much more effort than someone who is unimpaired. Jeff recently graduated near the top of his class in the police academy. Jeff applies for work as a patrol officer with the Police Department (“PD”) of a city located in California. The existence of his hearing impairment is not discovered during the academy or the hiring process. Jeff does not raise the issue because he believes he can hear well enough to do the job. He is ultimately hired as a patrol officer on an at will basis. Jeff begins work as a patrol officer and after six months he receives a positive review on
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course PR 123 taught by Professor Gramer during the Spring '06 term at Loyola Law School Los Angeles.

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