By Chris Palamountain

Last year, we wrote about North Carolina federal courts’ dismissals of ADA Title III claims filed by serial litigant Denise Payne, an individual with cerebral palsy and the co-founder of the National Alliance for Accessibility, Inc.  Those dismissals were based on findings that Payne lacked standing to sue.  You can read our prior blog on Ms. Payne’s
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