The Kentucky Department of Agriculture made the poor and unlawful decision to terminate the reasonable accommodation (telecommuting) to which Nicole Liberto had been subject for quite a few years. Then it tried to hide behind the attorney-client privilege when its HR director was asked about the process that led to revocation of this reasonable accommodation. It lost; the Franklin Circuit Court almost completely rejected it; see the Order.
The case is Nicole Liberto v. Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department of Agriculture, a disability discrimination case.
Lexington, Kentucky disability and ADA discrimination lawyer Robert Abell represents individuals and employees; contact him at 859-254-7076.