What do movie theaters and hotels have in common? For one thing, both movie theaters and hotels are considered ‘public accommodations’ under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Precedent-setting agreement delivers more than removing architectural barriers
JMBM Global Hospitality Group® member, Eudeen Chang, defends hotels in ADA litigation and explains the meaning of the O’Campo decision and why he still recommends that hotel owners certify their properties under CASp.
A new resource from the American Hotel & Lodging Association, Creating an Accessible Web Presence for the Lodging Industry, teaches hoteliers how to create an online accessibility strategy, while increasing business, boosting customer loyalty, and complying with the law.
The Liquor Act 2010 (Liquor Act) has been enacted and will commence on 1 December 2010 in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
The U.S. Attorney General has signed into law important revisions to the Department of Justice’s Regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act. The new 2010 Standards impose both technical requirements, (e.g. the specifications a property must meet to be fully accessible), and scoping requirements (e.g. the number of rooms or elements in a facility which must be fully accessible).
Hotel Lawyer with an alert about the DOL’s historic action targeting hotels.
Hotel ADA defense lawyer with the latest update on ADA ‘sweeps’ by the Department of Justice coming to Portland, San Francisco and elsewhere.
U.S. based employers face shifting playing field due to possible legislation
Quick! Can you name the alternative strategies for troubled hotels? Do you have analytical tools to identify, evaluate and select from the range of options?