The United States has entered into an agreement with a national daycare provider to resolve an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuit. In the lawsuit, the United States alleged that Spring Education Inc. (SEI), formerly known as Nobel Learning Communities Inc., discriminated against a 3-year-old child and her parents in violation of the ADA by refusing to make reasonable modifications to its toileting policy and then expelling the child on the basis of her disability. The child had toileting delays resulting from her disability.
The Justice Department reached an agreement under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with the Deerfield Inn & Suites (Deerfield) in Gadsden, Alabama and the Landmark Hotel Group (Landmark) in Virginia Beach, Virginia to resolve complaints under title III of the ADA.
The Department’s investigations found that Deerfield and Landmark discriminated against veterans with PTSD when they refused to honor reservations for hotel rooms because the veterans were accompanied by their service dogs.
The Justice Department recently reached a settlement under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with McKinley County, New Mexico, home to Zuni Pueblo and parts of the Navajo Nation, to make the County’s polling places accessible to individuals with mobility and vision impairments, including over two dozen polling places located on Indian reservations.