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Ninth Circuit Clarifies the Interactive Process Does Not Apply to Public Accommodations under Title III

Posted in Disability Discrimination, Discrimination, Labor Law

By:  Nicholas E. Ma The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently confirmed in Tauscher v. Phoenix Board of Realtors, Inc. that while employers must engage in an “interactive process” with disabled employees to explore possible accommodations, there is no interactive process requirement for public accommodations and services.  By the same token,… Continue Reading