Disability Law

10 Questions

10 Questions: Has the ADA measured up?


Lawyer’s double-murder trial delayed over use of subpoena rather than warrant for cellphone search

Elder Law

Lawsuit says ‘financial slavery’ service by dominatrix was elder exploitation

Disability Law

Suit claims painful shackling of school kids with ADHD violates Constitution and disability law

Annual Meeting

Bar licensing groups urged to tread carefully when asking about mental health

Criminal Justice

Jury finds James Holmes eligible for death penalty in Batman movie-theater massacre

Disability Law

Are ride-hailing businesses Uber and Lyft ADA-compliant? Massachusetts AG has questions

Disability Law

Has the ADA measured up? Legislation drafter weighs in 25 years later

Administrative Law

Uber hit with $7.3M fine in California

Trials & Litigation

Insurers hacked tens of thousands of legal files to get an edge in worker’s comp cases, lawsuit says

Law Firms

Appeals court rules for Womble Carlyle in disability suit by former employee

Trials & Litigation

Deaf man who pleaded guilty to iPad theft that didn’t occur moves ahead in civil case

Disability Law

Widow’s suit blames disability lawyer for her husband’s suicide

Elder Law

Retirement home settles DOJ suit alleging segregation based on disability in dining rooms, events

Disability Law

Federal Circuit: US must pay attorney’s fee to lawyer who took veteran’s case 20 years ago

Insurance Law

Insurer sued over claim it refuses to cover disabled homeowners who have pit bulls as service dogs


The biggest hurdle for lawyers with disabilities: preconceptions

Opening Statements

Increased awareness of Alzheimer’s disease is prompting a new push to use an old advance directive

Disability Law

Disability lawyer who made $22M cleared by probe, his lawyer says, but SSA axes some client benefits

Election Law

DOJ investigates California court restrictions on voting by intellectually disabled persons