ADA Law & Lawsuits - Section 5
ADA Law & Lawsuits Online Class • 9m 46s
In this section, we dive right into the substance of what is required to comply with the ADA. As part of our review, we discuss where to find the rules, and how the rules are organized and laid out. We discuss how to navigate the regulations to find the specific ADA rules that may apply to any specific business, and we examine some examples of common ADA issues that cause lawsuits, including rules about ramps, flooring, etc.
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ADA Law & Lawsuits - Section 7
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ADA Law & Lawsuits - Section 8
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