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Court Of Appeals Says Blind Plaintiff Is Not Bound By A Written Agreement To Arbitrate That He Could Not Read
Seyfarth Synopsis: The Court of Appeals for the First Circuit says that an agreement to arbitrate presented visually to blind plaintiffs ...
United States
12 Dec 2018
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Supreme Court Rules That Title II And Section 504 Claims Can Proceed To Court Without Exhausting IDEA Administrative Process If Relief Sought Is Not For Denial Of FAPE
The Supreme Court has clarified IDEA's exhaustion requirement to allow claims brought on behalf of IDEA eligible students to proceed directly in court unless the "gravamen" of the complaint seeks...
United States
8 Mar 2017
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Supreme Court Rules Title II And Section 504 Claims Can Proceed To Court Without Exhausting IDEA's Administrative Processes In Certain Circumstances
The Supreme Court's recent ruling in Fry v. Napoleon Comm. Schools limits IDEA's exhaustion requirement to those cases which seek relief for a denial of FAPE...
United States
8 Mar 2017
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Patient Preference Can Lead To Legal Liability
In the world of healthcare, providers are aware that competent patients have the right to refuse medical care, including treatment provided by an unwanted physician, nurse, or staff member.
United States
14 Jun 2016
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DOJ Consent Decree Is A Reminder That Service Providers Are Public Accommodations
When people think of the term "public accommodation," images of restaurants, storefronts, and hotels come to mind.
United States
11 Apr 2016
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Special In Person Handshakes Are Now The Only Way To Verify Receipt Of A Communication?
Under the Family Medical Leave Act, the process for providing an employee with leave arguably generates enough paper to defoliate a small forest.
United States
24 Jun 2015
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