Marty Orlick’s article “DA Sues to Stop Abusive ADA Litigation,” was picked up by on May 22nd, 2019.
Marty Orlick was quoted in the article “ADA Lawsuits Are on the Rise, Website Complaints Biggest Targets,” published by Legaltech News on January 24th, 2019.
Marty Orlick was featured in an interview in the article “Accessible EV Charging a Must for Risk Management,” published by GlobeSt.com regarding accessibility of electric vehicle charging stations for the disabled on January 22nd, 2019.
With the surge in popularity of electric and hybrid vehicles, the need to provide Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCS) is on the rise at hotels, shopping centers, theatres, stadiums, apartment communities and parking garages. Whether on highways or at dealerships, if your EVCS are not accessible to your disabled guests, customers, tenants, or transient parkers, here is what you […]
Marty Orlick’s article “ADA Compliance & Defense Lawyer Update: 99 ADA lawsuits dismissed as fraudulent and malicious” was republished by Hotel Online, HSyndicate.org and HospitalityNet.
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 […]