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Lauren Green is an associate in the firm’s Litigation and Labor and Employment practice groups. She assists clients with a variety of complex commercial litigation and employment-related matters.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires covered employers to provide reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities. To help determine effective accommodations, employers should use an “interactive process,” which simply means that employers and employees with disabilities who request accommodations work together to brainstorm accommodations. While it’s not a per se requirement, the law favors

Texas has now joined states like California in creating statutory protections against workplace violence against healthcare workers. Senate Bill 240, now Chapter 331 of the Texas Health and Safety Code, requires healthcare facilities in Texas to address, prevent, and respond to incidents of workplace violence in the healthcare industry.

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If you transfer employees with no loss of pay or status, can they sue you under Title VII? Right now, it depends on where you live and what your local federal circuit has ruled. That could change.

The Supreme Court will soon decide whether Title VII prohibits discrimination in transfer decisions if the transfer decision