J. Andrew Hirth


Shaver v. Independent Stave Co. holds that a hostile work environment is actionable under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This article examines burden established by the decision for ADA plaintiffs. Leading to the conclusion that it is erroneous because it creates the unintended result of a lesser burden for ADA plaintiffs than for Title VII plaintiffs.

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