How abusive serial ADA litigation is eroding the right to sue for the disabled

how the abusive practice of serial ADA litigation (shakedown lawsuits) destroys standing under Title III of the American Disabilities Act (the “ADA”). Title III of the ADA provides that no individual shall be discriminated against on the basis of disability in a place of public accommodation, requiring removal of physical barriers at public commercial facilities. 42 U.S.C. § 12182(a).… Read More How abusive serial ADA litigation is eroding the right to sue for the disabled

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Andrew Bernhard’s Article on Deceleration Cited in Deutsche Bank’s Appellate Motion in Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais

Andrew Bernhard’s Florida Bar article on Deceleration is cited in Deutsche Bank’s motion for rehearing to the Third District Court of Appeal’s decision in Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais.… Read More Andrew Bernhard’s Article on Deceleration Cited in Deutsche Bank’s Appellate Motion in Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais