Attorney David Allen comments on a case in which a New York City social service employee repeatedly
came to work late. The man was suffering from schizophrenia and his medication made him sluggish in
the morning. His employer finally suspended him for 30 days after repeated tardiness. The man sued
under the Americans With Disabilities Act contending he was suffering from a disability and his
employer failed to accommodate him by allowing him to come in late. To view David Allen's analysis
of this case, click on the you Tube link below:
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