central district of California

In a previous blog entry, I discussed the case of the National Association of the Deaf v. Netflix, a decision from the District Court in Massachusetts. In that discussion, I expressed surprise that not only did Netflix not appeal, they settled for $900,000. The reason I expressed surprise was that this case broke

Erik Beard, an attorney with the law firm of Wiggin and Dana and who has a blog on legal issues affecting amusement parks , has been talking for some time about a case out of the central district of California that squarely presents the issue of whether amusement park rides must be accessible to persons