ADA Education and Reform Act passed by the House of Representatives
With an 85 percent vote, the ADA Education and Reform Act (HR 620), was passed. The bill requires potential plaintiffs to provide businesses with both notice of architectural barriers as well as an opportunity to remove them during a cure period. This white paper reviews the recent deluge of ADA Title III lawsuits and the attempt to put the brakes on repeat plaintiffs.
Joseph J. Lynett, Esq.
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Joseph J. Lynett, Esq., is a senior associate at Jackson Lewis LLP and a member of the firm’s Disability, Leave and Health Management Practice Group, which assists employers in meeting the legal and practical challenges posed by federal and state laws protecting injured and ill employees. He is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School and received a B.A. degree from The University of Chicago. Maintaining an active counseling practice, Mr. Lynett provides imaginative and creative solutions to the complex array of workplace disability and health management issues faced by both large and small companies. He counsels clients with the goal of either avoiding litigation entirely or improving outcomes before administrative agencies, courts and juries. A significant amount of Mr. Lynett’s counseling involves assisting clients in conducting an individualized assessment required by a growing number of federal and state laws. These efforts include helping employers effectively communicate with employees and medical providers in an effort to evaluate potential risks to health and safety posed by employee injuries or illnesses. In an area of law in which there often are few bright lines, Mr. Lynett attempts to develop practical and constructive solutions.
Jackson Lewis P.C.
John A. Snyder is a Principal in the New York City, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He has extensive experience litigating state and federal discrimination, retaliation, commission and wage and hour, contract, restrictive covenant, executive compensation, whistleblower and many other facets of employment-related litigation on behalf of management.
Mr. Snyder provides advice and counseling on employee hiring and departure issues, drafts restrictive covenant, employment, and executive compensation agreements, as well as litigates and handles employment contract, executive compensation and non-competition matters throughout the country.
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