Within Reason: Five Common Disability Related Accommodations

October 1, 2013 at 11:00am12:00pm

While Human Resources professionals understand employers are required to provide disabled employees with “Reasonable Accommodations,” the limits on reasonableness and undue hardship are rarely clear-cut. Dinsmore attorneys Ryan Green and Michael Mattingly will explore the sometimes murky issues surrounding disability-related accommodations.

Register today for our complimentary, 60-minute webinar.
You'll get a better understanding of five common disability-related requests that Human Resources professionals routinely encounter — along with practical tips for handling them from our experienced employment attorneys. Issues covered include:

 •  Light Duty 
 • Job Restructuring/Modification of Duties
 • Assistance from a Co-Worker
 • Working from Home
 • Leave as Reasonable Accommodation


Ryan W. Green | Partner
Ryan is an experienced litigator who routinely defends companies and management-level officials in a variety of employment-related matters. He is adept at advising clients through issues such as disability claims, discrimination, wage and hour, non-competes and trade secrets, utilizing a thorough knowledge of the state and federal statutes that comprise employment law. Understanding that every matter is unique, Ryan works closely with clients to identify their objectives at the outset of a case, whether defending a disability lawsuit or providing counseling with regard to litigation avoidance.

Michael B. Mattingly | Associate
As a former Office in the 101st Airborne Division, Mike brings strong leadership qualities and unique insight when counseling clients on employment issues. He advises clients on a wide variety of matters, including ADA law, Fair Labor Standards Act collective actions, Title VII work and USERRA matters. He has worked with clients in a variety of industries, carefully tailoring his approach to help clients work through disputes and find a resolution. Mike also previously worked in the Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office.