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All you Family Medical Leave Act savants know about the 30-day rule, right?
Once an employer initially certifies an employee for FMLA leave, it cannot seek recertification more often than once every 30 days unless one of these exceptions applies.
Hold that thought as I tell you about the facts from this Fifth Circuit decision I read last night.
A professor accumulated over forty absences, which included canceled classes and office hours, during the first few months of a Fall semester. Although she was diagnosed with IBS, the FMLA did not protect these absences because the professor’s previous intermittent
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