Previously, I have written on whether class actions are possible with respect to ADA claims considering how ADA claims are inherently focused on individual analysis. From reading the case law on a regular basis, I am seeing class actions being allowed with respect to Olmstead claims. Outside of that, it tends to be hit or

This week is a two fer. At 11 AM Eastern time, the United States Supreme Court will hear argument in Sheehan (my blog entry on that case can be found here). I promise that I will read the transcript of the argument and post my analysis this week.

This particular blog entry involves

First, a housekeeping matter. I will be away next week, and so the next blog you will see after this week, unless I somehow blog later in the week, will be two weeks from today. Recently, the constitutionality of the transvestism exclusion in the ADA has been in the news.

True or False:


I want to wish everyone a happy holiday, whether it be Hanukkah or Christmas or another holiday being celebrated this season. In keeping with the international spirit of the season, I thought I would focus this blog entry on international law.

Starting in the first edition of my book and continuing in all the subsequent

Over the years, it isn’t often that I see a missed opportunity (see below for a further discussion of whether an opportunity was really missed here), by a defendant in an ADA case to make a plaintiff’s litigation more difficult when the law allows them to do so. It is possible (though a for sure