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Disability Issues in the Workplace: Bryan Schwartz Law Principal Appears on NPR Talk Show Discussing New Disability Laws and Regulations

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Disability Issues in the Workplace: Bryan Schwartz Law Principal Appears on NPR Talk Show Discussing New Disability Laws and Regulations

Disability Issues in the Workplace: Bryan Schwartz Law Principal Appears on NPR Talk Show Discussing New Disability Laws and Regulations

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Amendments Act of 2008 (link to the EEOC’s guidance), followed by the promulgation of new disability regulations adopted by California’s Fair Employment and Housing Council this year, has broadened protections for workers with disabilities, especially in California.

Today, Bryan Schwartz Law‘s Principal discussed the impact of these new laws and regulations on NPR, along with John Hyland of Rukin Hyland Doria & Tindall, and host Chuck Finney, on the “Your Legal Rights” radio show, on KALW 91.7 FM in the Bay Area, with a syndicated version broadcast around California and available online.

Listen to the show here.

Click on “Listen” to hear the illuminating discussion of this complex area of law that affects so many workers and employers.

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