The First Annual Thomas W. Henderson Lecture in Legal Ethics at Duquesne University School of Law presents: Thinking Like a Lawyer -- About Ethics
William H. Simon: Thinking like a Lawyer - About Ethics
William H. Simon, Robert D. Taylor, Bruce S. Ledewitz, and Sean P. Kealy
When Determining Whether an ADA Claimant is Disabled, the Claimant's Impairment Must be Considered in Light of Available Corrective Measures, and Failure to Meet DOT Regulations Does Not Establish That the Claimant Was Regarded as Disabled: Murphy v. United Parcel Service, Inc.
Bryan J. Warren