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Court Holds Supervalu/Jewel-Osco in Contempt for Violations of EEOC Consent Decree in Disability Case

Federal Agency Obtains Relief for Three Jewel Employees Denied Accommodation; Extension of Consent Decree by One Year; Jewel to Pay EEOC Attorneys' Fees - CHICAGO - Federal District Judge Ronald A. Guzman has entered a...more

Seventh Circuit Reminds Attorneys to Conduct “Reasonable Amount of Legal Research” Before Filing Claims

Under the federal civil rights statutes, plaintiffs who prevail ordinarily receive an award of attorneys’ fees that must be paid by the defendant. But, in order not to deter plaintiffs from filing such claims, the reverse is...more

Major Changes to Colorado Discrimination Law Will Negatively Impact Employers Large and Small

On May 6, 2013, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law the Job Protection and Civil Rights Enforcement Act Of 2013 (Act), which amends the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA), the state law prohibiting...more

Weekly Law Resume - December 27, 2012: ADA Defendant Granted Attorney Fees as a “Prevailing Party”

Les Jankey v. Song Koo Lee California Supreme Court (December 17, 2012) The Supreme Court upheld an award of attorney fees in favor of a defendant in a disability access discrimination case pursuant to California...more

Prevailing Property Owners May Recover Attorney Fees After Defending Accessibility Lawsuit

California Supreme Court issues more liberal rule for property owner to recover attorney fees after defending accessibility lawsuit. The California Supreme Court has issued a ruling making it easier for a commercial...more

Insurance and ADA Public Accommodations Claims

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses which offer goods and services to the public (i.e. “public accommodations”) take steps to ensure that their facilities are accessible to...more

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