US District Court for the Southern District of California

By Eden Anderson

The only remedies available under Title III of the ADA are injunctive relief and attorneys’ fees and costs.  Consequently, a defendant who undertakes remedial efforts mid-stream in litigation to eliminate ADA violations can render the plaintiff’s ADA claim moot.  The defendant in Sandi Rush v. Islands Restaurants, LP, Southern District of California Case No. 3:11-cv-01312-LAB-DHB did
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