Enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act: Remedying “Abusive” Litigation While Strengthening Disability Rights
This Note explores the Americans with Disabilities Act and the private litigation used to enforce compliance. While the ADA was designed to be enforced by private citizens, many have called for reform to limit what they see as “abusive” litigants. This Note focuses on (1) the perceived problem of vexatious litigants abusing the ADA and its state counterparts to benefit monetarily, (2) the attempted solutions on both a state and federal level, and (3) recommended solutions that focus on protecting the rights of individuals with disabilities while limiting abusive litigation meant to extort businesses.
Enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act: Remedying “Abusive” Litigation While Strengthening Disability Rights,
26 Wash. & Lee J. Civ. Rts. & Soc. Just. 689
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