640 ABA Journal Disability Law articles.
Apr 28, 2023 10:45 AM CDT
A 95-year-old judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is being investigated by the court’s judicial council after concerns were raised about her competency. The judge has refused to accept service of orders issued in the case.
Apr 17, 2023 9:51 AM CDT
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether a woman who tests hotel websites for compliance with the Americans With Disabilities act has standing to sue if she has no plans to stay at a targeted hotel.
Mar 27, 2023 12:41 PM CDT
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that a deaf student can pursue damages for an inadequate education under the Americans With Disabilities Act, even though he didn’t exhaust remedies under a federal education law.
Mar 22, 2023 12:04 PM CDT
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Absentee voting is facing a double wallop as the Nov. 8 midterm elections approach. Voting in advance of Election Day has been restricted by new state laws that make it more difficult to obtain and cast absentee ballots. And the validity and counting of some of those ballots are likely to be challenged in litigation.
Nov 1, 2022 2:24 PM CDT
Cardozo Law will use $15M gift to fight junk science convictions
Yeshiva University’s Cardozo School of Law plans to use a $15 million donation to create a justice clinic that…
Oct 28, 2022 2:13 PM CDT
Oct 25, 2022 3:12 PM CDT
A federal appeals court has ruled that a disabled person has standing to sue a hotel for failing to provide accessibility information, even though she does not intend to stay there.
Oct 12, 2022 9:37 AM CDT
A former Traverse City, Michigan, personal injury lawyer is entitled to continued monthly payments under his disability insurance policy because of evidence that his recurrent depression makes him unable to work as a trial attorney, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Sep 13, 2022 9:49 AM CDT
A federal lawsuit alleging race, gender and disability discrimination was filed Friday against the University of Michigan and its law school by a law professor who is Black and a single mother.
Aug 31, 2022 8:49 AM CDT
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Americans with Disabilities Act protects people with gender dysphoria, which describes the condition in which a person experiences distress because of a conflict between their biological sex and their gender identity.
Aug 17, 2022 12:15 PM CDT