Olophius Perry, District Director, EEOC Los Angeles District Office, talks during a news conference in Los Angeles Tuesday, Dec.18, 2012. Department store chain Dillard's Inc. is paying

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Olophius Perry, District Director, EEOC Los Angeles District Office, talks during a news conference in Los Angeles Tuesday, Dec.18, 2012. Department store chain Dillard's Inc. is paying $2 million to settle charges that it illegally required workers who took sick leave to reveal confidential medical information. The settlement, announced Tuesday by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, resolves a four-year-old class action lawsuit that charged Dillard's with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. (AP Photo/Nick Ut) less 

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Associated Press
Tue, Dec 18, 2012 10:59 PM EST