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over 4 years ago
Cinemark Must Provide Tactile Interpretation for Deaf and Blind Movie Patron, Per ADA
A man who is both deaf and blind wanted to see the movie Gone Girl which was playing at a theater near his house affiliated with Cinemark. That company owns 335 theaters in forty-one states. The man, Paul McGann, was able to experience movies with the...
over 6 years ago
Clerk Jailed for Denying Marriage Licenses to Same-Sex Couples; Rule of Law Upheld
A couple seeking to marry must first obtain a marriage license. To get the document, the husband and wife to-be are required to establish that neither is married to someone else. The government offices that issues marriage licenses are the county clerk...
over 7 years ago
Abercrombie and Fitch Wins Disability Discrimination Case; Not All Store Entrances Must Be Accessible
Abercrombie and Fitch (A&F) was sued for allegedly violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a law that strives to eliminate discrimination against individuals with disabilities. The case  involves the porch-like structure that serves...
over 8 years ago
Celebrity Cook Paula Dean Is Alleged Extortion Victim; A Case within A Case
Paula Dean was, until recently, the self-proclaimed Queen of Southern Cooking. She had a show on the Food Network and QVC. Food-related products with her name were sold in such popular stores as J.C. Penney, Sears, Wal-Mart, Target, Home Depot and Walgreen’s...