It is time for my annual greatest hits blog entries of the year. Before getting to the greatest hits blog entries of the year, a few blog entries are so important that they make it every year regardless of where they fit in the greatest rankings. Those blog entries are: ADA compliance in higher education, which can be found here; the issue of whether the ADA is a nondelegable duty or not, which can be found here and here; and service dogs v. emotional support animals, which can be found here.
Turning to the greatest hits. They are in reverse order:
- With 763 views, be careful about taking away accommodations already in place. This entry is new to the greatest hits list.
- With 796 views, issues arising from filing and amending an EEOC charge. This entry is also new to the greatest hits list.
- With 806 views, why all colleges need to do the two-step, which discusses determining essential eligibility requirements among other things. This entry is also new to the list.
- Returning to the list and with 1106 views, suing a state court system is difficult but it can be done.
- New to the list with 1220 views, just what is a private club.
- Returning to the list with 1563 views, just when does the statute of limitations begin to run.
- Returning to the list with 1645 views, what do you have to show to get damages under title II of the ADA.
- Returning to the list with 2110 views, the ADA and the applicable statute of limitations.
- Returning to the list with 2589 views, the ADA and ADA related cases at the Supreme Court.
- Returning to the list at the number one slot, which it has been in ever since the year it debuted, with 2984 views, can you get compensatory and punitive damages in retaliation cases. I might add that the ADA and ADA related cases at the Supreme Court blog entry is rapidly closing the gap with our perennial number one blog entry of a year.
Happy holidays everyone and wishing everyone the best on the new year. Will be back in the new year with more blogs. Thank you everybody for your readership. I wouldn’t do it but for that. Look forward to blogging in the new year. I already have a whole bunch of cases in my pipeline.