Monkey-Business: Connecticut's Six Billion Dollar Gorilla and the Insufficiency of the Emergence of the ADA as Justification for the Elimination of Second Injury Funds

Zachary D. Schurin
Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal
Fall 2007

Pullman & Comley School Law attorney Zachary D. Schurin authored "Monkey-Business: Connecticut's Six Billion Dollar Gorilla and the Insufficiency of the Emergence of the ADA as Justification for the Elimination of Second Injury Funds," 7 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. 137 (2007).  This Note reviews the American Disabilities Act, Title I and Connecticut's approach to handling the state's Second Injury Fund (SIF) that was created in 1945 to prevent disabled workers from being denied employment.

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