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CLE WEBINAR: Take it to the Limit: The Extent of an Employer's Duty to Reasonably Accommodate
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Approved for 1.0 Hour CLE Credit in Kansas and Missouri

When: Thursday, September 24, 2020
Where: Live webinar played at your own computer, tablet, or mobile device!
United States
Contact: Amanda Wright

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Take it to the Limit

The Extent of an Employer's Duty to Reasonably Accommodate Under the Americans With Disabilities Act (and in the time of Covid-19)

An Employment Law CLE Webinar

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Noon - 1 pm CDT

(1 hour of General credit)


In the 30 years since the passage of the ADA, courts gradually have shed light on the very fact-intensive

issue of an employer’s requirement to provide “reasonable accommodation” to an employee or

applicant with a disability. This session will look at the various forms of accommodation that employers

are legally required to consider, from leave to transfer to physical modifications. Accommodations

related to COVID-19 also will be addressed in this session.



Presenter Bio:

Diane H. Sorensen is a shareholder at Morris, Laing, Evans, Brock and Kennedy, where she has been

practicing employment law since 1988 after a federal clerkship with Judge Patrick F. Kelly. A large part

of her practice is mediation, especially of employment cases. She is on the approved list of mediators

for the United States District Court for the District of Kansas. Diane is a panel member of the American

Arbitration Association’s employment law panel. She is a past chair of the Kansas Bar Journal Board of

Editors, an editor of the Kansas Annual Survey, and a member of the Kansas Judicial Conduct

Commission. She has authored four articles for the Kansas Bar Journal, and is a frequent speaker at




KBA Members: $80

Non-Member Attorneys: $100

Paralegal: $50