Americans with Disabilities Act and the NJ Law Against Discrimination

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Location:EANJ Training Room
Sponsored by:EANJ

The Americans with Disabilities  Act (ADA) and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, have transformed the workplace, requiring employees to handle confidential medical information, engage employees in discussions of a sensitive medical nature, and to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities.  Moreover, the NJ Law Against Discrimination (LAD) affords stricter protection to persons with disabilities, so that even employees with short-term medical conditions may fall under the law’s protection.  The amount of litigation under these statutes is truly staggering and the case law, ever more complicated, increases year-to-year.  

Key Topics

  • Defining Disability Under Various Statutes
  • When and How to Conduct Medical Exams
  • Providing Reasonable Accommodations
  • Evaluating Health and Safety Issues
  • Drug and Alcohol Problems: Special Issues
  • Psychiatric Disabilities: Special Issues

John J. Sarno

Location Information:
EANJ Training Room
30 West Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Livingston, NJ  07039

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Parking is available on a first-come first-serve basis.  We request that you only park against the rear-wall of the parking lot and not in the spaces directly in front of the building as those are reserved for tenants.  Street parking is also available but please be mindful of the signs.

Registration Fees:
$75 per person (EANJ Member)
$95per person (Non-Member)

Substitutions are permitted, however, in order to meet program commitments, cancellations made less than two (2) working days before the program date or “no-shows” must be charged the full registration fee.

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