Jim Butler and Marty Orlick’s blog article “Judge Dismisses ADA Website Lawsuit” was republished by Hospitality Trends.
The California Legislature Bites Back in Look Who’s Crying Woof, Part II The Crisis Over “Emotional Support” Animals By Martin H. Orlick With alarming frequency, building owners, property managers, apartment owners, restaurants, theaters and shopping malls are confronted with making decisions as to whether a dog is a bona fide “service animal”, an “emotional support […]
Hotel Online published Jim Butler and Marty Orlick’s article “ADA Defense Lawyer on Hotel Mixed Use: Tenants Not Liable for Common Areas.”
Marty Orlick and Jim Butler’s article “ADA Defense Lawyer: Philadelphia Court Hits Uber and Lyft for ADA Violations” was republished in Hotel Online.
This article was first published by the California Bankers Association. In January, 2016, Carlson Lynch Sweet & Kilpela (“CLSK”) sent hundreds of near-identical form letters to national retailers, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses, claiming that their internet-based services (retail websites) discriminate against persons who are visually disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA). The letters contend […]
Jim Butler and Marty Orlick’s blog article from Hotel Law Blog, “Court Hits Uber and Lyft for ADA Violations” was republished on Hotel News Resource.
Jim Butler and Marty Orlick’s blog article from Hotel Law Blog: “ADA Website Accessibility Lawsuits Escalate” was republished on Hotel News Resource and Hotel Online.
Marty Orlick’s blog article from Hotel Law Blog, “Hotel Fights Back: Judge Dismisses High Frequency Litigant’s ADA Pool Lift Case” was republished on Hotel Online.
Soon businesses with an online presence will be required to make their websites accessible to persons with disabilities or face litigation in state and federal court. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) already requires businesses with a physical presence to comply with exacting and numerous standards (e.g., door width, counter height, sidewalk slope, etc.) The […]
Marty Orlick wrote the article ‘How Many Judges Does it Take to Rule That A Shopping Center Tenant Is Not Liable for ADA Violations In Common Areas?’ for the October edition of the Real Property Law Section e-Bulletin.