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18.Patrick is employed by First Church of God as a cook in the daycare center. When Patrick was hired, he was attending the church and discussed joining the church with the pastor. After 3 months, Patrick had not joined the church, and his employment was terminated.
A. Patrick has a claim for religious discrimination under Title VII and the U.S. Constitution's Establishment Clause.
B. Patrick does not have a claim for religious discrimination because the church is exempt from compliance with Title VII.
C. Patrick has a claim for religious discrimination because his job did not involve religious practices or activities and he was terminated anyway.
D. Patrick does not have a claim for religious discrimination because he told the pastor he planned to join the church.

19.Helen Baker suffers from a condition that causes her to have periodic severe headaches. There is no cure for the condition and her pain is managed with medication that makes her sleep until the episode is over. When Helen has a headache, it could last anywhere from 1 day to 10 days. When Helen is not bedridden because of a headache, she is active and productive. She has been trained as a medical secretary and would like to continue to work. She has asked her employer to allow her to work flex time to accommodate her condition. Her employer, City Hospital, has denied her request because it would be impossible to prepare a schedule for her department, never knowing if she able to work or not.
A. City Hospital is liable under the ADA for refusing to accommodate Helen's disability.
B. City Hospital is not liable because Helen is not otherwise qualified for the job because of her inability to be present at work on a regular basis.
C. Helen will not prevail on her claim under the ADA because she is not disabled everyday.
D. None of the choices are correct.

23. Roger Greenberg was fired after being accused of misappropriation of company funds, a charge which he vehemently denied. When he applied for another job, he had to explain to the prospective employer why he was fired. After being turned down for several jobs, Roger can file an action against his former employer for
A. publication in a false light.
B. compelled self-disclosure defamation.
C. public disclosure of private facts.
D. Roger has no cause of action against his former employer.
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18. Patrick is employed by First Church of God as a cook in the daycare center. When Patrick
was hired, he was attending the church and discussed joining the church with the pastor. After 3
months,...

This question was asked on Nov 19, 2012 and answered on Nov 20, 2012.

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