Court rules majority of NYC traffic signals violate Americans with Disabilities Act
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that New York City has violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by not installing accessible pedestrian signals for the blind.
The lawsuit, brought by the the American Council of...
Settlement Agreement: State of Rhode Island Board of Elections
Colorado restaurants face ADA lawsuits over websites; ‘right to cure’ period in disability law urged
The Colorado Restaurant Association (CRA) issued a warning in their October 5 member newsletter that a blind resident of Douglas County has been...
EEOC Issues Final Rule Revising Procedural Regulations Under Title VII, ADA, and GINA
Congressmen aim to help retailers avoid ADA website lawsuits
A bipartisan bill in Congress addresses a problem that has cost many Home Furnishings Association members thousands of dollars.
Woman files about 500 lawsuits across US as 'tester' of disability compliance
A disabled Florida woman paid a virtual visit to Maine and left a trail of lawsuits in her wake. Six to be exact.
Deborah Laufer is described in the federal lawsuits as a “tester” for...
Subway franchisee refused to hire applicant with hearing impairment, EEOC says
- An Indiana Subway franchisee violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) when it refused to hire an applicant with a hearing impairment, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleged ...
Court revives Union Pacific conductor's ADA claim, finding 'extensive search' for accommodation never occurred
- A federal appeals court has revived a Union Pacific train conductor's Americans with Disabilties Act (ADA) lawsuit, saying that the employer's purported "extensive search" for accommodations never occurred ...