Indergard v. Georgia-Pacific serves as a wonderful learning tool for professional work evaluators who perform ‘functional capacity evaluation’ (FCE). This 9th Circuit Court of Appeals case illustrates how the federal legal system works in the United States – highlighting the weaknesses in the Americans With Disabilities Act, which is clearly flawed despite good intentions. And, it also surfaces the weaknesses in how the FCE is performed differently in various states. If you are interested in this topic, subscribe to our blog to receive updates on more cases and related topics.

Below please find Roy’s analysis, the court ruling, links to audio of our two webinars on the subject as well as the PDF slide of the PowerPoint used during the webinars:

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