Please see page 548 – Problem 18-8: A Question of Ethics
Please answer these three questions:
What must Chalfant establish to make his case under ADA? Can he meet these requirements? Explain and Discuss.
Punitive damages can be appropriate when the employer acts with malice or reckless indifference to an employee’s protected rights. Would punitive damages be appropriate in this case? Explain and Discuss.
Refer to pages 15 & 16 in the Syllabus for directions on paper preparation.
Hints: Refer to pages 541-542 for textbook chapter information and research the case Chalfant v.Titan Distribution, Inc., 8th Cir. (2007) using Google
The Americans With Disabilities Act (Ada)
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
The ADA aims at protecting people with disabilities from oppression by their employers or potential employers. People who feel oppressed by their employers must prove that they suffer disabilities that affect their ability to perform ordinary tasks for them to qualify protection. Once the employer is found to have infringed on the rights of a person with a disability regarding employment, the employer is liable for punitive charges to compensate the disabled person. This paper seeks to establish the requirements for a person with a disability to qualify protection by the ADA, and determining whether Titan’s case against Chalfant qualifies for punitive damages.
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