Unfortunately, a felony criminal conviction can be taken into consideration. You should try and see if it can be expunged.
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I am going to address this question from a more practical standpoint. I would have the doctor write a confidential letter explaining the presence of the drug and, without going into a lot of detail, explain that it was a prescribed medication. If your husband has a disability and is "otherwise qualified" to do the job, and this drug is necessary to address his disability, then I would request that he be retested, reinstated and that the company accommodate the disability. In case of a...
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You should contact your state's Attorney General or a civil rights attorney in your state. In California we have civil rights laws against such discrimination. (See attached link.) Your state may have similar protections Mary Shea Hagebols
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You should consult with an attorney that specializes in sexual harassment as soon as possible. Based on the preliminary facts, it is very possible you may have claim. Do not wait too long as you may have a statute of limitations issue. You can also get more information from the State Bar of California which regulates the attorney conduct and licenses. (See attached link.) Thank you Mary Shea Hagebols
If the building is owned and operated by an entity or person other than your employer, you may have a "third party" claim in addition to a workers compensation claim. You should contact a "mold" expert attorney ASAP to explore this. Your workers' compensation attorney may also have some recommendations. You can make OSHA complaints "on line" so you have documentation that the complaint was made. Take time stamped photographs if visible.
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