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Payroll Worker Fails to Show Fragrance Allergy Was Disability

An accounts payable clerk can’t pursue her claim she was denied accommodation for her severe sensitivity to perfume and other workplace fragrances because she failed to show she was disabled under federal job bias law, the Middle District of Tennessee ruled.

Rhode Island Top Court Rebuffs Driver Axed for Drug Test Refusal

A former delivery driver for W.B. Mason Co. lost his lawsuit claiming the company wrongly fired him for refusing to take a drug test, after the Rhode Island Supreme Court on Friday said the driver’s supervisors had reasonable grounds to believe he was under the influence while at work.

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Gig Economy Workers, App-Based Companies, and the Law

App-based companies and state governments are at odds over how to properly classify gig economy workers.

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