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Paul Patten Comments on Seventh Circuit Decision That Multiple-Month Extended Leaves Are Not Reasonable Accommodations Under The ADA

Paul Patten comments on Seventh Circuit ruling that Americans With Disabilities Act does not require extended medical leave as accommodation in " 7th Circ. Ruling On ADA Leave Limits Touted As 'Holy Grail,'" published by Law360.

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