By David M. Whitaker

Employer compliance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been among the EEOC’s top enforcement priorities under the Trump Administration. And a string of recent enforcement actions brought by the EEOC makes clear that the Agency will continue to be aggressive with respect to how employers manage

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By A. Edward Hardin, Jr., Erin L. Kilgore and Brian R. Carnie

As the flood waters begin to recede, and South Louisiana begins to dry out and recover from the recent flooding, Louisiana employers also face recovery issues, including how to address employee needs. Although there is no rule of thumb that applies to

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By Zoe Vermeulen

In recent years, businesses of all types have experienced an uptick in lawsuits filed under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), which prohibits discrimination against disabled persons regarding access to and enjoyment of places of public accommodation. With a ruling from the Western District of Louisiana in August 2015,

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By Scott Huffstetler and Devin Ricci

Think Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) access litigation is limited to sidewalks, restrooms and physical barriers to the disabled in “brick and mortar” establishments? Think again.

A growing number of lawsuits are being filed against businesses under Title III of the ADA alleging that that the business’s website does