reaching a Resolution: The Equity of Title IX

as constituting such a limitation; (ii) Has a physical or mental impairment. You will need the password to access this page. . It would, likewise, be a violation of the Act and this part for a private entity to take adverse action against an employee who appeared as a witness on behalf of an individual who sought to enforce the Act. I can give you several reasons: I keep my costs down by minimizing advertising costs and expensive office space. . (3) The failure of an arbitrator to make a disclosure required by section shall not cause any loss of immunity that is granted under this section. The general prohibitions against discrimination in the rule are generally based on the prohibitions in existing regulations implementing section 504 and, therefore, are already familiar to State and local entities covered by section 504.

Reaching a Resolution: The Equity of Title IX
reaching a Resolution: The Equity of Title IX

A distinction is also made between the use of a substance and the status of being addicted to that substance. "Individual with a disability" means a person who has a disability but does not include an individual who is currently illegally using drugs, when the public entity acts on the basis of such use. Activities in the second category include programs that provide State or local government services or benefits. Section.101 states the purpose of the rule, which is to effectuate subtitle A of title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (the Act which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability by public entities. If a complainant chooses to follow the public entity's grievance procedures, however, any resulting delay may be considered good cause for extending the time allowed for filing a complaint under this part. Accordingly, recouping the costs of interpreter services by assessing them as part of court costs would also be prohibited. The Department is currently working with the eeoc and other affected Federal agencies to develop effective coordinating mechanisms, and final regulations on this issue will be issued on or before January 26, 1992. For example, a State is obligated by title II to ensure that the services, programs, and activities of a State park inn operated under contract by a private entity are in compliance with title II's requirements.