Case managers and administrators involved in developing and implementing case management programs, policies, and procedures must be aware of legal precedents currently set in the field. This pre-conference session will blend the legal with the practical by sharing important case law developments and then putting those cases into case management practice. Presenters will first take an in-depth look at recent court rulings by reviewing the history and facts of the case, the holdings of the court, and the significance and importance of the case. The presenters will then review any conflicting precedents in other jurisdictions as well as address where the decision leaves the legal landscape. They will then explore the biggest practical takeaways from a practitioner’s perspective, including specific suggestions for policy and procedure development. Areas to be explored are BIT, ADA/504, duty to care case law. The session will be a combination of lecture and facilitated-discussion. Attendees are encouraged to engage with questions and discussion.