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Telecommuting and the Courts

There are plenty of discussions concerning the costs and benefits of telecommuting (a.k.a. telework, flexiplace, or working remotely) in terms of productivity, communication, and career advancement, as well as discussions on substantive legal issues, such as whether telecommuting is a reasonable accommodation for a disability, or whether taking away permission to telework would be an adverse action. But recent cases suggest that other procedural and substantive questions also should be examined as courts apply existing law to what is still a relatively new work arrangement.
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