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January, 2011 Articles

ADA Representation

Movie, Concert, and Performing Arts Theaters Beware of Possible ADA Lawsuit: Should theaters provide personal hearing devices for Deaf and Hard of Hearing?

Movie, Concert, and Performing Arts Theaters Beware of Possible ADA LawsuitShould theaters provide personal hearing devices for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing? by Martin H. Orlick Read this in a PDF I was invited to be a co-panelist on KQED, San Francisco Bay Area’s leading public radio station. The program commemorated the 20th anniversary […]

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Benzinga's "Commercial Real Estate in Review": Ask the ADA Defense Lawyer: Does the ADA now require all hotels to provide personal hearing or closed caption devices for deaf and hard of hearing guests? What's next?

Marty Orlick’s article, "Ask the ADA Defense Lawyer: Does the ADA now require all hotels to provide personal hearing or closed caption devices for deaf and hard of hearing guests? What’s next?" was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by Benzinga’s "Commercial Real Estate in Review."

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ehotelier.com: Ask the ADA Defense Lawyer: Does the ADA now require all hotels to provide personal hearing or closed caption devices for deaf and hard of hearing guests? What’s next?

Marty Orlick’s article, “Ask the ADA Defense Lawyer: Does the ADA now require all hotels to provide personal hearing or closed caption devices for deaf and hard of hearing guests? What’s next?” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog, and was picked up by ehotelier.com, Hotel Online, 4Hoteliers and Hospitality Expos.