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The ADA Opening Doors for the Plaintiff ’s Bar: How Ambiguities in Title III Inhibit Access, Increase Litigation, and Hurt Business

March 4, 2006

Karen Harned, Elizabeth A. Gaudio

“I also want to say a special word to our friends in the business community,” said George H.W. Bush, on July 26, 1990, moments before he signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law, “I know that there have been concerns that the ADA may be vague or costly, or may lead endlessly to litigation. But I want to reassure you  right now that my administration and the United States Congress have carefully crafted this Act.” ...

The ADA Opening Doors for the Plaintiff's Bar: How Ambiguities in Title III Inhibit Access, Increase Litigation, and Hurt Business  


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