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Amory McAndrew Quoted in The Washington Times and Law360 on Religious Accommodations in the Workplace


HNRK partner Amory McAndrew recently spoke with The Washington Times and Law360 in advance of the Supreme Court arguments in Groff v. DeJoy, a case that focuses on how far an employer must go to accommodate employees’ religious beliefs. Amory explains, “if the standard is raised to be more than a de minimis cost or there’s additional guidance that makes it a harder threshold to show undue burden, I think the employers are going to be more concerned about denying the reasonable accommodation. Amory adds, “there might be more accommodations granted, or they’re just going to have to do a more thorough analysis of what the burden really is.” Read the full Washington Times article here and Law360 article here.


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