The Obesity Problem is Growing

U.S. employers are bracing for claims under the ADA.

, The National Law Journal

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Obesity rates among the nation's work force at an all-time high portend claims from plaintiffs demanding accommodations for their condition — and lawsuits against employers that fail to provide them.

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Originally appeared in print as With obesity viewed as disability, claims follow

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