Sign in or create a free account to get FREE SHIPPING and DISCOUNTS

Jones v. Kids-R-Ours: Case File, First Edition

Authors
  • Hollace P. Brooks
  • Paul Chill
Series / NITA
Teaching Materials
NO
Description
Table of contents
After suffering a seizure at work, the plaintiff, Jean Jones, was suspended without pay from the Kids-R-Ours day care where she worked. Jones suffers from epilepsy, which is a qualified disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This, however, did not stop the defendant from suspending, demoting, and then firing the plaintiff. Kids-R-Ours claims that their action was justifiable since Jones was a threat to the children. This is a well-balanced file where the verdict could easily be won by either party. There are three witnesses for both plaintiff and defendant.
Read More
Professor Materials
Please sign in or register to view Professor Materials. These materials are only available for validated professor accounts. If you are registering for the first time, validation may take up to 2 business days.
Product Information
Edition
First Edition
Publication date
1995-01-01
Copyright Year
1995
Pages
76
Paperback
9781556814587
Subject
Evidence
Select Format Show Hide
Are you a professor?