(Written By: Elizabeth M. Garcia, Esq., Shareholder and Department Chair, Labor and Employment Law, egarcia@parkermccay.com, 856-985-4038)

The New Jersey Law against Discrimination (LAD) along with the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (FADA) prohibits discrimination based on disability.
A disability includes any physical limitations, infirmity, malformation or disfigurement caused by bodily injury, birth defect or illness, as well as any mental, psychological or developmental disability resulting from anatomical, psychological, physiological or neurological conditions which prevents the normal exercise of any bodily or mental functions, or is demonstrable, medically or psychologically, by accepted clinical or laboratory diagnostic techniques. Read More.

 

 

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