The ADA lesson from this case goes beyond limitations related to golf and sex.

The day after the plaintiff told his employer that he had scheduled his back surgery, the employer terminated him. The plaintiff sued, claiming that his termination violated the ADA. Based in part on the plaintiff’s deposition testimony that “his back problems

The Supreme Court’s decision in U.S. v. Windsor adds to employer obligations under the FMLA by expanding the group of individuals who may be a “spouse” for FMLA purposes.  At issue in Windsor was whether Section 3 of DOMA violated the Fifth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause as applied to the Federal Government.  Section 3 of