Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Overview

An increasing number of cases, including class action lawsuits, tied to Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) reinforce the need for places of public accommodation, such as restaurants and retail stores, to be compliant and informed. Fully understanding the ADA and its application to brick and mortar locations and company websites is critical to providing an accessible and positive experience for all individuals. 

The Employment Law Team at Taylor English is well-versed in the nuances and details related to the ADA. Comprised of 25 senior level attorneys, the full-service team helps clients assess and comply with specific requirements. Counseling clients on proactive measures is a pathway to address accessibility and reduce potential litigation. Team members are available every step of the process, including accompanying clients to onsite visits to evaluate physical aspects of their brick and mortar locations, including parking lots, service counters, seating, and bathroom configurations. Additionally, the team can assist with digital requirements by way of auditing websites and recommending IT solutions. 

With an eye on resolution and the backing of additional Taylor English departments, the Employment Law Team provides comprehensive support and perspective on ADA compliance.

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