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Chapter 2: Ending “Drive-By” Lawsuits Under the ADA

We wrote about the plans to amend the Americans With Disabilities Act on January 31, 2017, to deal with so-called drive-by lawsuits claiming that there are illegal physical barriers to access. Now we have the language in the proposed bill, HR 620. This differs from the bill that was submitted in Congress in 2015 in ways … Continue Reading

Ending “Drive-By” Lawsuits Under the ADA

Businesses are required to comply with the obligations under Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act (“ADA”)—there cannot be discrimination on the basis of disability in the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, or accommodations of any place of public accommodation. When a plaintiff prevails in an ADA lawsuit, the court … Continue Reading

Poorly Drafted Leases Can Cause Headaches for Tenants and Landlords (Part I of II)

These 10 common problem areas can easily be avoided by paying attention to details. It’s a dangerous world out there. We cannot eliminate all risks. But a well-drafted lease can minimize risk, and a poorly drafted lease can unnecessarily create serious problems for either a landlord or a tenant. Following are instances in which a … Continue Reading
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