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Migraine Case Sheds Light on Employers’ ADA Headaches

February 17, 2012

In a recent Law360 article, Sutherland Partner Thomas R. Bundy, III comments on the Tenth Circuit’s ruling that a medical assistant who suffered from migraines wasn’t disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act. In the article, Thomas warns that the ruling was fact-sensitive and that employers should not read the decision as an invitation to disregard migraines as a potential disability. Thomas goes on to identify important takeaways from the case for employers.

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