ADA and Employment
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The Long Island Center for Independent Living, Inc. (LICIL) welcomes
Jonathan Bell, Esq. of Bell Law Group, LLC for an informative
LUNCH & LEARN
ADA IN EMPLOYMENT; ADA ACCESSIBILITY AND LITIGATION: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- What is a Reasonable Accommodation?
- How do I request a Reasonable Accommodation?
- What is the Interactive Process?
- What information is my employer entitled to?
- What is disability discrimination in employment?
- What do I do if my employer retaliates against me for making the request?
- What is the process of litigation?
- What damages am I entitled to if I am successful in litigation?
- What goals are business required to meet under the ADA?
- What is the law on Architectural Barriers?
- What is the law on Accessible Parking?
- What is the law on door entrances, turnstiles and gates?
- What about maneuvering space and service counters?
- What are the Website Accessibility Guidelines?
- What types of business need to be compliant?
- What are examples of accommodations for websites?
- When should I consider contacting a lawyer?
All of these questions will be answered and more!
Where: Long Island Center for Independent Living (LICIL)
3601 Hempstead Turnpike, Suite 500, Levittown, New York, 11756
When: April 4, 2019 at Noon.
Enjoy complimentary pizza and cold beverages while you learn.
Please RSVP to: Therése Brzezinski — ThereseA@licil.com; 516 796-0144. If you require Reasonable Accommodations, kindly respond ASAP.
*Following the main program, participants will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with an attorney to discuss individual ADA-related situations or questions.