ADA accommodation requests in Hawaii work the same way as in the other 49 states.

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The plaintiff in the case I read last night worked in Hawaii as a customer service representative. She was a clinically obese woman with a long history of diabetes and hypertension, resulting in physical limitations related to neuropathy in her hands and feet. However, her job involved sitting at a desk, taking calls, and answering emails. So she had no trouble performing it for the first seven years of employment.

But, since I’m writing today about an Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit, things did eventually go south, as you may have expected.

Indeed, the lawsuit focused

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