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Court Finds Burnout Isn't Serious Health Condition Under the FMLA
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Feb. 2, 2021

"Blake failed to present any evidence he had been diagnosed with an FMLA-qualifying illness or condition or had discussed a medical condition with the city. The court found his statement that he began seeing an unnamed 'licensed counselor' after the date he tendered the resignation was far from sufficient to establish he had a serious health condition or one of which the city knew. A visit to his doctor might have assisted his position." [Blake v. City of Montgomery, No. 19-243 (M.D. Ala. Oct. 6, 2020)]

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