A Wisconsin man claimed that a former employer hurt his job prospects by spreading the word he suffered from debilitating migraines. If true, did the former employer expose itself to liability by violating the Americans with Disabilities Act’s medical confidentiality requirement?
The 7th Circuit just answered that question in the negative, rejecting the EEOC’s broad interpretation of the medical confidentiality rule.
This is the first edition of Lawyers USA's Lawyers in Practice, where we discuss the hot issues facing practicing attorneys and law firms.
In this edition, we discuss how to prevent legal malpractice claims with better communication, with Jim Calloway, director of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Management Assistance Program, and Dan Pinnington, vice-president of Claims Prevention and Stakeholder Relations at LawPRO, a professional liability carrier based in Toronto, Canada.