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Court rules that fraudulent ADA lawsuits are immune from action by the state?

It has not been a good summer for stemming the tide of shake-down lawsuits filed under the banner of the ADA.  Courts. On April 24, 2019, the District Attorney of Riverside County filed a civil lawsuit, People of the State … Continue reading

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Is Your Website Vulnerable to an ADA Lawsuit?

Published originally at oscodelaw.com as: Are Your Websites at Risk for an ADA Lawsuit? Enacted in 1990, and amended multiple times since, the The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was created to ensure equal access for people with a wide range … Continue reading

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The Six Best Things to “Fix” to Prevent a Lawsuit by an Access Lawsuit Troll

While disabled access laws prescribe literally hundreds of specifications, there is a shortlist of items that trigger the majority of lawsuits.  A property owner or business can substantially reduce the chance of being sued by upgrading these items, often at … Continue reading

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Are Apartments and other Rental Properties Vulnerable ADA access lawsuits?

While the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California’s similar disability discrimination laws have broad applicability, the vast majority of lawsuits allege “access barriers” in “public accommodations.”  The reason these access lawsuits  far outnumber other ADA lawsuits (e.g., employment or … Continue reading

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