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Zande v. State of Wisconsin Department of Administration

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In Brief

The 7th Circuit held that an employee’s ulcers were part of her disability and, therefore, the employer had a duty to provide a reasonable accommodation for the ulcers, but that the employer did not need to allow remote work or install a computer in the employee’s home.

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The seventh circuit held that pressure ulcers caused by an employee’s being paraplegic were part of the employee’s disability because they were “an intermittent impairment that is a characteristic manifestation” of the underlying disability. However, the court determined that the ADA did not require the employer to allow liberal work from home or install a computer in the employee’s home to avoid the employee’s use of sick leave.

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