Colleges may have a hard time understanding their legal compliance obligations vis-à-vis Title III of the ADA with regard to students who request special meals on campus or modifications to the requirements that they purchase the universities mandatory meal plan. Yet, in light of the recent settlement entered into by Lesley University and the EEOC, it is clear that this is a must do for colleges and universities. Join us as employment law expert, Melissa Fleischer, Esq. reviews the legal requirements for your college or university to ensure compliance with Title III of the ADA. Ms. Fleischer will help explain your legal requirements to provide your students with celiac disease, food allergies or disabilities with special meal plans that are allergy-free. She will also discuss in-depth what your policies and practices should include and provide you with a plan to ensure compliance on a going-forward basis.
What you will learn during this in-depth informative webinar:
- Understand a college's legal obligations pursuant to Title III of the ADA
- In-depth overview of the Lesley University settlement
- Discuss the application of the settlement to celiac disease and food allergies in general
- Understand best practices for dietary planning at your college or university
- Tips for some types of accommodations that you might be required to provide
- Examine the terms of the Lesley University settlement for guidance
- AND MUCH MORE!
HR Learning Center's 60 minute on-line employment law training webinar includes the following:
- Live on-line training by an experienced employment attorney
- Power point presentation
- Hand Outs
- Certificate of Attendance Forms
- Question and Answer Session