ADA Law & Lawsuits - Section 6
ADA Law & Lawsuits Online Class • 4m 10s
In this section, we continue our discussion regarding issues that very commonly appear in ADA lawsuits filed against businesses, including the number of required accessible parking spaces, the required dimensions of accessible parking spaces, accessible aisles, and accessible pathways. These are all issues that the viewer should also by now be able look up on their own, based on the information provided in the previous section.
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ADA Law & Lawsuits - Section 7
In this section, we dive into exceptions to full compliance with ADA requirements. This includes perhaps the most important topic for business buildings that pre-date the ADA – the “readily achievable” standard. Strict compliance with ADA rules for existing buildings is only required when it is “...
ADA Law & Lawsuits - Section 8
In this section, we discuss policies that are required by the ADA, as well as those instances in which changing policies to accommodate the disabled is not required. Policies that may be required by law are very broad and we discuss the specific language governing policy changes, as well as some ...
ADA Law & Lawsuits - Section 9
In this section, we get to a topic that should be of interest to any business that has a website (and does not want to be sued) – ADA website compliance. This falls within the broader topic of “auxiliary aids and services” that the law requires to be provided to the disabled (such as, for example...