If your written lease agreement actuallys states that the landlord is responsible for providing air conditioning and is responsible for repair and maintenance of the air conditioning unit, then you have a good claim. Make sure you open a separate account and put your rent in escrow and advise him or her that you have done so. Good luck.
Habitual lateness can be considered a material breach of the lease that justifies a finding of eviction. I think you need more than just two months of lateness to reach the level needed to evict. A magistrate or arbitration panel here in Allegheny County wouldn't likely evict unless the tenant was substantially late every month for perhaps 5 or 6months. And you still might not get possession if the magistrate or arbitration panel sympathizes with the tenant, who always manages to pay. I wouldn'...
I would ask the landlord to specify the "breach of terms and conditions of the lease." If your landlord knew about the friend and didn't do anything at the time, you could argue that you are still required to your security deposit back (assuming this is the breach to which your landlord refers) because he or she didn't charge you an additional fee at the time or object at the time.
Employers subject to the FMLA are only required to save your job for 12 weeks. However, your employer should have provided you with notice that it could no longer continue to hold your job open for more than 12 weeks. You may have recourse if they didn't comply with FMLA mandates.
I am surprised you weren't recieing long term disability if you were out that long. You should check on your disability benefit status asap. Ultimately, if there is no job for you to return to, you will qualify for...
The employer was obligated to return you to the position if you could perform the position. Since you did not pass, you could not perform the position. They are not obligated to hold the position open until you pass or give you a similar salary and benefits.
If she cannot be classified as a tenant under the law, it sounds like you might have to file an ejectment action in the Court of Common Pleas. Of course, she could potentially have an interest in the property because she is your brother's wife, irrespective of whether she "owns" the property. This could hinder your ejectment action. Your brother needs to hire a divorce attorney and start negotiating a marital settlement that would involve her exit from the property or a court order for the same.
You may be considered disabled under the ADA but, in my experience, courts don't usually make a determination than an employer must allow you to work from home for an undetermined period of time. It depends on whether you are asking that accommodation to be temporary or permanent and what your job entails. Depending upon your job, a flexible work schedule is the most likely accommodation you would receive. Extra time off after exhaustion of FMLA leave is a possibility under the ADA but not a given.
Your employer should not be clocking you out because it is not an actual reflection of the time you worked. You have a right to be paid for all time worked and your time card may not reflect all time you actually worked if our employer clocks you out.
An employer is required to pay at regular intervals. If they want to change the date they distribute payroll by a day within that regular interval, the employer can do so.
Your employer can change you from salaried to hourly without your permission. To the extent you are working fewer hours, you can apply for partial unemployment. If you quit or refuse hours, you will not receive full unemployment.