Our team has experience defending and counseling clients that have found themselves facing challenges presented by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Fair Housing Act and other disability access laws. In providing representation, we focus on finding practical and cost-effective solutions for compliance with disability access laws. Our attorneys’ experience includes:
- Defending website accessibility litigation brought by blind, visually-impaired and manually-impaired internet users and related preventative counseling
- Defending litigation related to architectural barriers, including parking, seating, restrooms and reservations policies and related preventative counseling
- Representing housing providers against claims related to accessibility in private and public housing, including both architectural compliance and providing reasonable accommodations to disabled tenants and applicants.
- Training managers and employees with customer and guest contact on best policies and practices for disabled customers, patients and guests.