By Minh N. Vu A recent case decided by a federal court in Maryland illustrates the challenge that businesses sometimes face in having to make on-the-spot decisions about whether it is safe to allow a person with a disability to engage in an activity. The activity at issue was paintball. A paintball park operator refused… Continue Reading
Interested in a free primer or refresher on ADA Title III requirements to ensure your restaurant or cafeteria is accessible? If so, tune in to the Access Board’s April 4 webinar on the topic. For more information and registration, go to www.accessibilityonline.org.
By Kristina M. Launey Contrary to popular belief, Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act does not apply exclusively to public accommodations (businesses that provide goods and services to the general public). Commercial facilities (privately-owned, non-residential facilities whose operations affect commerce but that do not serve customers or clients, such as factories, warehouses, or… Continue Reading