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IKOR Opens New Branch To Help Columbus, Ohio's Seniors And Disabled Secure Optimal Care

DUBLIN, Ohio (June 27, 2013) – IKOR, a growing network of healthcare and financial advocacy and guardianship offices, opened a new branch here yesterday to help ensure the pr

Surge in ADA Disability Lawsuits to Continue in 2013 with Restaurant and Foodservice Employers in Crosshairs

For 2013, food service employers can expect a continued aggressive approach from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) as to violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) in the restaurant industry.  The significant increase of ADA charges and lawsuits by the EEOC and private claimants, which began in early 2012, shows little sign of abating in the new year.

Settlement of EEOC Lawsuit Against Wendy's Franchisee Offers Lesson

A Wendy’s franchisee’s settlement this week of an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) lawsuit, brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), highlights both the increased aggressiveness of the federal agency toward fast food restaurants as well the need for employers to engage in an interactive process with job applicants and employees to make reasonable accommodations under the ADA.

Cheesy Employee Pockets Change

Police arrested a Burger King cashier who preyed on a disabled woman.

Anytime Fitness Zee Says "Danke Schoen" To Brother

Don't believe everything your insurance agent says, especially if he is your brother.