Let’s say that you have a client that is an independent contractor. The following day after disclosing that he or she has a disability, the independent contractor relationship is terminated. Where does this person turn for a remedy?

The first possibility is to show that the client was not an independent contractor at

Previously, I have written two different blog entries dealing with the Air Carrier Access Act. In the first, I talked about whether a private cause of action existed. In the second, I talked about whether the Air Carrier Access Act regulations being so pervasive preempted state laws. This entry concerns a slightly different issue.

Under title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the only remedy the plaintiff can get is injunctive relief and attorneys fees. The court may also fine violators up to $50,000 for a first violation and up to $110,000 for each subsequent violation. Attorney fees are only available if the person prevails. What does it

At the top of the legal resources section on this page, you will see a link to an article that I wrote regarding whether a mixed motive jury instruction is available under the Americans with Disabilities Act. A mixed motive jury instruction is an instruction that says that liability can exist if the plaintiff can