By Minh N. Vu and John W. Egan

Seyfarth Synopsis:  SCOTUS’s refusal to clarify standing requirements for “tester” plaintiffs in ADA Title III lawsuits means it’s business as usual for the plaintiffs’ bar.

This week, SCOTUS issued its decision in Acheson v. Laufer which – to the disappointment of private businesses and the defense bar – leaves unanswered the

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Seyfarth Synopsis: Please join attorneys from Seyfarth’s Labor & Employment group for part three of a micro-webinar series addressing important legal issues and considerations for health care employers across the Bay State.

This program will focus on the obligations health care employers owe to members of the public who seek access to their facilities under Title III of the

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By Kristina M. Launey and Minh N. Vu

Seyfarth Synopsis: Four years and two motions to dismiss based on the pleadings later, the National Association of the Deaf’s (NAD) online video captioning lawsuit against Harvard University is moving forward to fact discovery. On March 28, Federal Magistrate Judge Robertson in the District of Massachusetts denied the university’s motion for judgment

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By Kristina M. Launey and Minh N. Vu

If not, it’s probably just a matter of time.

Please join Seyfarth Shaw’s ADA Title III team members Minh Vu and Kristina Launey for a 60-minute webinar on the surge of claims and lawsuits by individuals with disabilities against public accommodations about their allegedly inaccessible websites.  Find out why this happening, get
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