Disability Law

White-Collar Crime

Disbarred lawyer admits collecting $247K in disability benefits while still in practice

Constitutional Law

Told to give up gun after shooting alleged burglar, disabled tenant sues landlord

Disability Law

Advocate urges group homes to balance disabled residents’ intimacy needs with safety concerns

Disability Law

Appeals judge absent from work 13 months agrees to voluntary unpaid suspension

Constitutional Law

11th Circuit strikes down Florida’s involuntary commitment law for intellectually disabled

Disability Law

2nd Circuit revives depressed medical student’s ADA case over denial of more time to study

Government Law

Fired prosecutor sues in effort to get Dallas DA removed from office

Law Firms

Judge tosses ADA suit against BigLaw firms, cites plaintiff’s ‘outright speculation’

Trials & Litigation

Ex-judge is awarded $7M by St. Louis jury in disability suit

Labor & Employment

Man was fired for passing gas, disability suit says

Trials & Litigation

Suit seeking to declare autistic boy a public nuisance goes to mediation

Tort Law

Neighbors’ suit contends boy with autism is a public nuisance

Disability Law

Trial court should not have dismissed law student’s disability complaint, 9th Circuit says

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