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Jones v. Kids-R-Ours Case File

After suffering a seizure at work, the plaintiff, Jean Jones, was suspended without pay from the Kids-R-Ours day care where she worked. Jones suffers from epilepsy, which is a qualified disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This, however, did not stop the defendant from suspending, demoting, and then firing the plaintiff.
Publisher: NITA
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ISBN: 9781556814587
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After suffering a seizure at work, the plaintiff, Jean Jones, was suspended without pay from the Kids-R-Ours day care where she worked. Jones suffers from epilepsy, which is a qualified disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This, however, did not stop the defendant from suspending, demoting, and then firing the plaintiff. Kids-R-Ours claims that their action was justifiable since Jones was a threat to the children. This is a well-balanced file where the verdict could easily be won by either party. There are three witnesses for both plaintiff and defendant.

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CONTENTS

Complaint

Answer

Deposition Summaries
      Jean Jones
      Leona Odell
      P.R. Gray
      Joyce Staples
      Kim Green
      E. Hemingway
      J. Shoney

Documents

      Job description for head teacher
      Job Description for assistant teacher
      Policy on written communications
      Non-discrimination policy
      Letter from Jean Jones to parents
      Floor plan
      Department of Health regulation
      Budget
      Letter from Dr. Gray re Jean Jones
      Jean Jones resume
      Garrett Griswold CHRO complaint
      Letter from CHRO to Leona Odell
      Organizational chart
      Certified record of judgment
      Nita Neurological Group bill
      Dr. Henry bill
      DWT Pharmacy statement

Jury Instructions

General Jury Verdict