One of the most vexing areas in employment is the interaction of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act for individuals on a leave of absence because of a disability. If an employee has a disability and needs to take a leave of absence, the employer may provide qualified employees with twelve weeks of leave under the FMLA. But what happens when the FMLA period expires and the employee requests additional leave? 

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