I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving weekend. Today’s blog entry goes to the dogs literally. The blog entry talks about two different cases involving service animals and how the court system deals with them. My thanks to Prof. Leonard Sandler, clinical law professor at the University of Iowa Law School for sending along the

I hope everyone had a Fourth of July weekend that was fantastic and safe.

Our blog entry for the week is a case that we have blogged on before. It asks the question of whether a claim of morbid obesity requires an underlying physical impairment or mental impairment or is just the claim of

We have been on a bit of a roll discussing standing lately, so I thought why not continue it, albeit with a different law. Today, let’s look at the Fair Housing Act (FHA). The case of the day is Brown v. Suri Hurley, LLC, here, from the Eastern District of California cited on June

Before getting started on the blog entry of the day, I do want to wish everyone celebrating, a happy Passover and a happy Easter. Also, major league baseball has started, so good luck to any of your teams.

Turning to the blog entry of the day, one wonders why anyone in the state of

Today’s blog entry is a case from the Eastern District of New York, Martinez v. Gutsy LLC, here, which makes the case for why standalone websites can be a place of public accommodation providing that site is functioning for one of the purposes laid out in 42 U.S.C. §12181(7).

Once again, a person

Happy new year everyone.

I am a bit of an administrative law gearhead and have been practicing in that area for decades. I have been turning over the Ohio Supreme Court decision in Twism Ent’s., L.L.C. v. State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Supervisors decided December 29, 2022, which can be found

Yesterday was the 32nd anniversary of the ADA. People with disabilities and disability rights have certainly come a long way, but there is certainly much more to go.

Today’s blog entry is the result of a case that was sent to me in a discussion that I had with several colleagues about breed